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#121
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Does anyone actually use perf instead of vero? I hate perf. I can't usually fit two legs into a hole together.


I like perf better than vero. I hate cutting the tracks. Why would you need two legs in one hole? You can just put them in adjacent holes and tie them together...
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#122
I used perf in high school. Mostly we just burned it with soldering irons because it smelled like cookies.



Neat fact, when I typed the "shrug" emote, I typed chug. We all know where my mind is...
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#123
oh yeah i tried my joyo phaser a bit more, into a clean amp too. still initial impressions (and someone will probably come along with a schematic to prove it's digital or something and leave me with egg on my face ), but it sounds really, really good. I haven't tried it next to my biyang (as it's faulty it's in its box and i cba taking it out to try ), but i think it sounds a lot better than the biyang one. Granted the biyang is a clone of a phase 100, so maybe i just prefer the tone of the 90.

but yeah for 29 euro it's crazy good value. I mean I'm not the biggest effects guy, but I've tried a fair few now, plus if I think a pedal is killing my amp tone I have no problem just taking it off the board... and the joyo phaser is staying, no question.
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#124
Quote by mmolteratx
I like perf better than vero. I hate cutting the tracks. Why would you need two legs in one hole? You can just put them in adjacent holes and tie them together...


Well yeah, but I hate that, too. I also hate cutting tracks. I'm the laziest person ever. There's a reason I don't really build pedals any more.

Also, do those voltage followers give you any stability issues? Or have you not built/tested it yet?
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#125
Congrats.
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#126
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Well yeah, but I hate that, too. I also hate cutting tracks. I'm the laziest person ever. There's a reason I don't really build pedals any more.

Also, do those voltage followers give you any stability issues? Or have you not built/tested it yet?


I haven't built/tested it yet but I've used nearly the same thing in stand alone buffers with no issue.
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#127
Congrats Greg. Now buy something.
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#128
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Woot!!!! Car is sold!!!!!


Noice. Now go buy some more guitars.
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#129
Quote by mmolteratx
I haven't built/tested it yet but I've used nearly the same thing in stand alone buffers with no issue.


Gotcha. A capacitive load (C13) following a unity gain amp can cause some instability, but R22 is probably sufficient to take care of that. I thought maybe it was a completely original design. If you've used the same setup elsewhere, I'm sure there's no problem.
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#130
Congrats greg! Buy some sweet guitar sh!t with it!
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#132
Quote by Dave_Mc

Oh and quail- i tried the thomann isolated power supplies. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but I don't think they're working too well I'm getting a lot more hum, and some of my pedals don't work with it. I'll do more troubleshooting tomorrow if I can, but initial thoughts are... uh-oh.

Well, that sucks. :/
Dunno if anything can be done about it, really... I'd say see if you can get it work properly somehow, if not, ask for a replacement, and if that still doesn't cut it, I guess it's just a sucky supply.
Try another power-outlet, or if it's possible, an outlet in another house. However, if your previous power-supply didn't cause these problems, it's likely not the outlet's fault.

Nice to hear about the phaser though.
#133
congrats with the car, greg

EDIT: ^ yeah... i mean, i think i've noticed a little more hum since i started using that rcd extension lead (but i want to keep using it as i don't want to get electrocuted even though i think rcd is built into our house anyway), but it's nothing too bad, it's like "slightly more noise".

the hum with the harley benton power plant junior is "tons of hum" when certain pedals are on.

I should probably check the current draws, but I'd be very surprised if any of my pedals is drawing more than 120mA. I checked the decimator last night and i think it was about 40... most ods and dists are normally like under 10.
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#134
Quote by Mark G
Congrats Greg!

Also, thank god Palin will not be running for president.

What, in the Netherlands? I wouldn't have expected her to.
#135
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Gotcha. A capacitive load (C13) following a unity gain amp can cause some instability, but R22 is probably sufficient to take care of that. I thought maybe it was a completely original design. If you've used the same setup elsewhere, I'm sure there's no problem.


That I've actually never tried. It's one of the parts I was planning on socketing though (to simulate Miller capacitance) so if it gives me problems removing it is easy.
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#136
Dave, do you have gut pics of the Thomann supply? That'd tell you really quick whether or not it's really isolated. My guess is it's not if you're having those problems.
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#137
Quote by TheQuailman
What, in the Netherlands? I wouldn't have expected her to.


We get american news over here you know. Unfortunately, when America ****s up, our economy suffers all the same.
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#138
Matt: There are a couple things you can do to compensate. Let me know if you run into stability problems with it and I'll give you some ideas.
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#139
^^^ nah unfortunately not. And I can't really open it because if it does have to be sent back, that could void the warranty.

It does say all over it and in the manual that it's isolated (whereas most ones that aren't don't mention isolated), but obviously that doesn't mean too much if they're just willing to lie

EDIT: I'm running two of them, would that have anything to do with it? Also one of them doesn't have all the leads attached (as i only needed to run 4 pedals through it).

I'll try fiddling about with all the ins-and-outs tomorrow just in case i'm doing something silly.

but if not...

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#140
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We get american news over here you know. Unfortunately, when America ****s up, our economy suffers all the same.

Lol, so does half of Europe. Who do we sell cars to when the States' economy tanks? Tell me who? 2009 was a tough year.

Also, there are enough high-profile Republicans trying to become president now, so some has-been like Palin probably wouldn't even have much of a chance, anyway, right?
#141
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Matt: There are a couple things you can do to compensate. Let me know if you run into stability problems with it and I'll give you some ideas.




It'll probably be 2-3 weeks before I can actually build it though. Gotta wait for transistors to cross the Atlantic. Or Pacific. I don't know which way they come from Russia.
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#142
Quote by gregs1020
This.

But I will have some left over.




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#143
Quote by mmolteratx


It'll probably be 2-3 weeks before I can actually build it though. Gotta wait for transistors to cross the Atlantic. Or Pacific. I don't know which way they come from Russia.


Never hurts to build that particular gain stage in simulation software and test it just to be sure.
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#144
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Lol, so does half of Europe. Who do we sell cars to when the States' economy tanks? Tell me who? 2009 was a tough year.


greece?

aw shit

actually, now i'm thinking, the fact i have two of the power supplies means it's unlikely they're faulty... so at least (once i've tested them more) i'll not have to faff around with replacements...
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#145
Greg. Make it rain. Nao.
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#146
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Lol, so does half of Europe. Who do we sell cars to when the States' economy tanks? Tell me who? 2009 was a tough year.

Also, there are enough high-profile Republicans trying to become president now, so some has-been like Palin probably wouldn't even have much of a chance, anyway, right?


When you put it that way, Palin running for president might in fact be worth a few giggles.

I'm still rooting for Arnold to run
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#147
Palin isn't running.
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#148
don't think arnie can run. have to be born in america to be president, i think.

hey does lay it down by ratt have phaser in it? i suspect it does but i'm terrible at recognising tones from recordings...
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#149
Quote by Dave_Mc
don't think arnie can run. have to be born in america to be president, i think.

hey does lay it down by ratt have phaser in it? i suspect it does but i'm terrible at recognising tones from recordings...

Not to my ears. Just a bit of reverb and delay. The start of the music video has a bit of a whoosh at the start that could be confused with a flanger or something but other then that..not that i can hear
#150
Someone is selling a '11 Gibby LP Goldtop with P-90s for $800.

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#151
Quote by gregs1020
i nominate lbj273, W4RP1G and probably some PBT guys i can't think of right now.


silly6


Min, since the last thread got deleted...


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#153
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Never hurts to build that particular gain stage in simulation software and test it just to be sure.


What's simulation software. I have a Mac.
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#154
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#155
Quote by gregs1020
thanks everyone.

lol, that was my left pocket.

i was afraid the wind was gonna blow if i emptied my right pocket too.

goldtop classic LP from 96, the rest is getting saved and added to for the atomic orange monstah.

maybe a CE24 too though.

just to tease tom.

and i need a delay pedal.

I hope you have another car, buddy! What did you sell? I missed a lot of posts
Nice GAS list though. I want another '79 LP gold top like the one I used to have before I f#@ked it up.
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#157
WTF is this pile of shit on the History Channel right now? Why do I even bother with this channel...
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#159
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Does anyone actually use perf instead of vero? I hate perf. I can't usually fit two legs into a hole together.

I use both. Why are you fitting two legs into one hole??

umadbro.

Also, use a drill bit to cut tracks on vero. super easy.

matt, maybe add a toggle for a midboost in the Baxandall? Could be useful.
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That's what I do. But I still hate doing it. I just wanna get PCBs fabbed for everything.

I dunno if I have room for another switch.
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