Electric ladyland parts

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Village Idiot
yeah, I don’t think you want latching, as the relay switching is handled by the PIC…..I tink.
 

Feral Feline

Well-known member
EA2-5SNJ is latching, EA2-5NU is non-latching. The S denotes Single-Coil Latching.
So I want the EA2-5SNJ for my Strat and the EA2-5NU for my ... I just realised I don't have a humbucker guitar... even my SG is single coils.

So EA2-5SNJ it is then, and, OH! Can I still play fingerstyle or do I HAVE to use a PIC?

Oh, wait... My BC Rich Bich has humbuckers.

Never mind.
 

DAJE

Well-known member
I've gone over the PCB and created a BoM for this PCB.

I'll fix the errors or omissions if you find any, please feel free to check because I'm a guitar/bass player, not an electrical engineer, and I have a very limited understanding of how any of this actually works.

(34 resistors)
1 68
1 470
1 680
2 1k
1 3k3
3 4k7
1 5k1
2 5k6
1 6k8
1 7k5
4 10k
1 24k
1 39k
4 47k
1 51k
1 56k
1 68k
5 100k
1 1m
1 2m2

(33 caps)
1 47p
2 100p
1 150pf
1 390pf
2 1n
1 3n3
2 4n7
1 5n6
4 10n
3 22n
1 33n
3 100n
3 220n
2 1u (film box)
1 3u3
2 47u
3 100u

(various other bits)
5 B100K
1 C100K
2 100K trim

1 820uH inductor

1 1N5817
3 1N4148

1 2N3904
1 2N5087
1 2N7000
2 78L05

1 StompLFO
1 EA2-5NU
1 PIC12F675
1 LM311
1 V3102
1 V3207
2 SMD TL072 (SOIC-8)
 
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DAJE

Well-known member
Just one more thing... 16V is OK for the E-caps on this thing, right? I looked over the schematic and couldn't see anything that looked like it might be a problem, but my talents lie in other areas so I could be missing something important here.
 

Diynot

Well-known member
Just one more thing... 16V is OK for the E-caps on this thing, right? I looked over the schematic and couldn't see anything that looked like it might be a problem, but my talents lie in other areas so I could be missing something important here.
So long as you’re not trying to run it at anything higher than 9v it should be fine. The regulators are only pushing 5v
 
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