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    Marble Drive (Ramble FX Marvel Drive)

    Golden Falk is a bit to gainy for me. Like how it feels under the fingers though
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    Ambassador - Matchless Hotbox project

    Oh man I had the original one. Love hate relationship. Sold it. But I want it back.!!
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    Mod Question Golden Falk

    Then maybe it is not the pedal for me. I know how it works. I use gain 1 (treble) and a little of gain 2 (normal), and then to the normal channel of my vox. Gain 2 gives too much low end and I guess a bit to much hair on the treble site. I want more mids I guess.
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    Mod Question Golden Falk

    Hi, I made the Golden Falk. First compliments on the bias"islands". Those spots on the pcb makes it real easy to set those Jfets. I use the golden falk on the normal channel on my AC30, I mix a little treble channel sometimes. My question, If I want to temper the lowend of the pedal what are my...
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    I use the powerplant ISO. That's a fine isolated powersupply https://www.thomann.de/nl/harley_benton_powerplant_iso_1ac_pro_modular.htm I will try separating the wires between board and switch. It is a buffered bypass btw. My guess that the pedal is functioning as it should but maybe a tl071 is...
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    I left 2 open. In my understanding thats the battery lug.
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    The wrong lug? The battery lug you mean? If I did I don't see how that would cause the small amount of hum it produces.
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    My living room has no grounded outlet, where I tested with an Vox ac4. My pedal power supply is connected to the same outlet. I am comparing with the pedalpcb fairfield barbershop, no hum at all. Tonight i am going to rehearsal and will test on an ac30 in a grounded setting.
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    I consider it a clean enough build.
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    hotcake, a bit noisey

    Hi I finished a hotcake (Kit ordered at Musikding) last week and tried it at home, in my living room not connected to earth. My other (DIY) pedals show no isseus. The hotcake seems a bit more sensitive for a hum. It's my cleanest build so far. Is the LM742 sensitive or could it be other components.
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    General Tso's

    No I Will look into that as well
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    General Tso's

    I used one output of the Harley Benton powerplant junior. Galvanically isolated 120mA output each. I am used to just soldering the back side. Do I have to solder both sides to avoid open eyelets or use more solder to let it reach the component side? I guess it's possible since it's double sided...
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    General Tso's

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    General Tso's

    :D No the IC is in there. I took this picture before I closed and reopend the enclosure when I realized I forgot the IC. The trouble is with the IC included. Do I need to make a new picture? A better one I mean?
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    General Tso's

    Hi, After a succesfull Son of Ben, and Chop Shop I started a next project. Finished my General TSO's compressor but it is not functioning as aspecting. When switched on blend there is a throbbing pulse. Switched to juicymode the throbbing stops. The balance knob acts like a volume boost that is...
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    Chop Shop Sag knob

    Just finished one. Last 25% of the SAG is dead. Lowering the pot will only keep the bias high enough right? SAG at zero won't change?
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