Holy crap xD I wasn't expecting that! got a couple of dm's telling me this one was impossible ^^ but I really made this thread more as a joke xD but heck if you make the board I will of course buy it !Challenge accepted.
The major differences between Rat versions are clipping diodes, gain filters and op amps, plus stuff like the tone cap, input/output buffers, direction of the tone knob.I don't have the experience or know how to answer this question and don't know how the Rat Pack is set up, but would it be possible to get some kind of approximation if it's set up like the Muffin Factory? Toggles and dip-switches and all...
everyone will end up just using the stock rat or turbo rat settings. The fomo of people is unreal. half the people dont even know if they like a rat cause they havent played one and then want this smhThe major differences between Rat versions are clipping diodes, gain filters and op amps, plus stuff like the tone cap, input/output buffers, direction of the tone knob.
Single op amps you could theoretically put on a rotary switch and toggle between maybe 4 of them with a 3P4T. Gain filters you can put on a Toggle, Clipping diodes on a toggle can already give you LED/silicone/germanium (or 2 of those and a diode lift), for anything more you'll need a rotary again. Then you can also go ahead and add soft clipping options too.
And then you end up with a rat that has tons of options that you'll never use anyway and you wish it was just the one setting you like and took up less space. Trust me, I have one like that!