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    Twin face

    I’ve used all of them I like C
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    IC2 for Unchained OD

    I’m gonna try a TL074... I’ll let you know how it turns out I’m hoping to get it done today
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    DS-1 Gold

    I just saw this in a video
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    Covid Break

    Get well soon!!!
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    Need Help Identifying Connector Type...

    It looks like Eurorack connectors...
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    Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year!!!
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    Montreal Assembly Count to 5

    Yep
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    Montreal Assembly Count to 5

    Not exactly which wires you’re talking about
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    Dark Esbat Boost

    Not sure But I couldn’t even find the original chips so I was glad to hear you could use the TL072’s for a sub...
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    Dark Esbat Boost

    It sounds good to me Very standard... but quality sounding...
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    Dark Esbat Boost

    Yep
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    Caesar Chorus

    Post in thread 'Walrus Julia Chorus Vibe' https://forum.pedalpcb.com/threads/walrus-julia-chorus-vibe.1429/post-39814 changing r6 from 1M to 470k and changing the rate potentiometer from B100k to B1M.
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    Dark Esbat Boost

    I use a cricut label maker
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    Caesar Chorus

    It’s to bias Not exactly sure what it does exactly... I just set it by ear...
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    Caesar Chorus

    The left is the the speed led and the right is the bypass led
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    Dark Esbat Boost

    Just got done with this one...
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    Conquerer

    Thanks man Another cool thing to do is replace q4 and q5 with germanium diodes... I just use the 2 outside holes and leave the middle one empty and both cathodes should face left...
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    Conquerer

    That doesn’t matter as long as you solder it on the correct side of the adaptor board...
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    Conquerer

    Here’s how I do mine I put the headers in first and solder them to the adaptor board so that I know the headers will line up... Then I take that out and put the transformer in... Make sure the side with a “p” is on the primary side of the adapter board..
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