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    Radium Springs: Tweak values/trimpot For Tremolo Level?

    Changed my mind about the direction for this board and ordered the EEPROM for the ThreeVerb, but still curious about the above changes.
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    Radium Springs: Tweak values/trimpot For Tremolo Level?

    I read the review of the Radium Springs where a user tweaked some resistor values to adjust the tremolo level, when using those modes: "replace the resistors controlling the tremolo signal with trimpots using the handy Trimmit boards or socketing them and changing them out until you like them."...
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    Soldering SMD (FV-1) - wait between pins?

    Thanks guys. I might give drag soldering a try on my next build. I typically do what @Stickman393 describes above: working opposite points on the chip, slowly to avoid overheating.
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    Soldering SMD (FV-1) - wait between pins?

    I typically never solder ICs (and rarely solder transistors), so I'm a little skittish/overly-cautious with my first FV-1. Pretty much the only question I have is: how long should I wait in between soldering each leg? EDIT: I've already started soldering this one, but it's slow going as I'm...
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    BJFE Sparkling Yellow OD (1 or 3)

    #3 would be ideal. #1 would be awesome. #2 might ok, but already have vero for that one.
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    Is there a project/board for a Hooke clone/workalike??
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    I ordered from Amplified Parts. I just wanted a couple, since this is my 1st time with FV-1s.
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    Yep, that's why I bought 2 FV-1s! :cool: I wanted something simple for the first one (Radium), and will go from there. I have a Strymon BigSky, but need something simple/classic for a compact board to go with my 5E3.
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    Thanks - nope, didn't know it before, but that's kinda what I was thinking, based on there being more info about programming on the EEPROM chips (and that the ones with the PCB have pre-loaded configs) and no mention of coding on the FV-1 itself. This should be fun!
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    Got a couple of FV-1s ordered. Will probably start with the Radium Springs. Thx!
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    Yeah, guess it's the Belton Brick I'm not so keen on. I'll look into the FV-1, but that may lead to more questions; I have ZERO experience with programming ICs, but that sounds VERY interesting/promising.
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    Recommend a DIY Reverb that DOESN'T sound like an analog delay

    You know, that 'bup-bup-bup-bup bup bup.....' echo. Any DIY reverbs that have a natural(ish) decay? Wampler Faux Reverb? Would like something for a small board when I take my Tweed Deluxe over to a cousin's place.
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    Acetylene

    Thanks - I'm basically trying to avoid that BM/cocked-wah midrange when I hit the boost. I just want a gain boost.
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    Acetylene

    I'll get that a shot. Do we know what that booster is based on?
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    Acetylene

    Thank you!
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    Acetylene

    Board waiting here to be populated (other projects in line first). I'm just curious to see if there's a way to tweak the boost section for a full-range boost instead of just treble. (Some of us just want a straight-up gain boost, not wanting to sound just like Brian May).
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    PAL959?

    Interested as well. As much as I like gainy hard rock pedals, some Plexi midrangey 'bark' can be addictive. FWIW, the PAL800 (according to the schematic in the '800' doc) appears to be a lightly tweaked version of the JCM800 JFET circuit created by Electrictabs in the DIY community. Looks...
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    Mesa Throttle Box

    The vero version is huge for something with four knobs and one toggle switch. Wouldn't mind building out one of these.
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    MN3207 available at GuitarPCB

    I only have two circuits that I'd use them in (Ibanez FL99 workalike and Boss HF-2), but yeah, would like to have a few on hand.
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    MT-2 / Metal Zone clone PCB

    Kinda excited about this. The MT-2 was my first dirt pedal back in ‘94. Used that for a couple of years and it was a lot of fun. Don’t NEED one now, but would consider building one for nostalgia’s sake and because I’d probably have a little better control over it, or take a different approach...
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