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About bond163

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  1. Small Clone Chorus > http://www.tonepad.com/project.asp?id=8 MXR Noise Gate > http://www.tonepad.com/project.asp?id=18 ZVex Super Hard On > ehehheh Sustainer > TMK (Fuzz / Feedback) > http://img118.exs.cx/img118/5250/tmksc5hz.gif CryBaby Clone > http://img118.exs.cx/img118/6857/crybabysc0od.gif Momentary Wah > Big Muff PI Clone > http://www.tonepad.com/project.asp?id=3 SoloPro > http://img118.exs.cx/img118/2778/soloprosc8kt.jpg InputOutputSelect > http://img118.exs.cx/img118/6026/iossc0je.jpg The IOS allows switching between two inputs, then switching between two outputs (or so i've designed ) So i can switch between a tuner and effect loop
  2. ???? (currently planned about 10pedals)
  3. ya can you give me a link? i was thinking that yesterday, im gonna be winding the transformer for the comp one anyway, why dont i just wire a 375-0-375 and be done with it ....
  4. well i found the perfect pedal only prob will be that it will be a log as oposed to linear, which i hope wont make to much of a noticeable difference, but then again, i might make this type of pedal famous!! i'm also begining construction of a: big muff, sustainer, distortion, solo boost (i'm gonna build a few different boosters), electric mistress and a fuzz with many knobs, a crybaby wah
  5. like how much? apparently modding this psu to 400v will allow 200w
  6. and then that would then be rectified an put through a smoothing cap ... 530v .... hmmmm
  7. well the original Power Transformer was 340-0-340 around 200ma 6.3VAC IOut so i'll work out the cost of modifying a pc powersupply against a $200 transformer .... and hope i can put in a few less turns when re-winding the transformer to produce 375volts
  8. lol ... well, i just finished my wah circuit ... it works well ... now for a pedal ....
  9. thank you for clearing that up i'm sorry if i've been rude but generally i have an excuse for every mistake .... in fact i generally all ways have an answer and i've said this is my first time with tubes thats why im building a 20w first ... and i know 700v can kill me (after many zaps when little from points i know what 240v feels like ...)
  10. im gonnna convert a pc psu into one
  11. i've highlighted the 6 12AX7's
  12. because i need 6 12ax7's and whats the pilot light for? i am gonna build a 20w valve first before this, but i'm gonna order all components at the same time. i've only built solid state before ....
  13. just finished component list:
  14. hmmm ther not el34... but i can prob get JJ el34 and can anyone garauntee me that el34 are used in JCM800 master volume? in the better of the circuit diagrams, all thats written next to the main valves is the voltage in 480 ...
  15. So out of a choice of Tubes: # Sovtek EL34WXT # Electro Harmonix EL34 EH # J.J. EL84 Tesla which are better? Sovtek 12AX7 or Mullard 12AX7
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