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    ♫▐▀▄▀▌♫ Member

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    Inspired by the homemade pedalboard thread, I thought I'd start one to see all the pedals people have made here so, lets see em!:dude:RoCkIn
     
  2. VaughnC

    VaughnC Supporting Member

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    Here's my homebrew dual channel OD pedal:
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    Footswitch #1 is bypass, #2 is bass boost, and #3 is channel switching with status LED's. Red & green knobs are drive & level controls for each channel, and blue master tone control. Toggle switch is for two levels of compression.
     
  3. eric-d

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    I'm still working on a couple but here's a few...

    BYOC DD-80 Delay - Haven't decided what color to paint it.
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    BYOC Ranger Clone - Tried to hand paint the graphics. Don't really care for it so I'm going to strip it and re-do it.
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    Dunlop Fuzz Face housing - Originally had AnalogMan put his NKT-275 Sun Face in it but I re-housed that in a 125B Box. This is a DIY Kit with BC108's.
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    This is another DIY Kit - Going to be a Tycobrahe Octavia Clone. I'm only in the layout process.
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  4. bean

    bean Member

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    From the homemade pedalboard thread:

    A/B switcher
    Fat Boostered (a Fat Boost design modified by Paul Cochrane)
    Java Boost
    TS-808 with cap switching for different amounts of bass
    BSIAB2
    Fuzz Face
    Soul Bender
    Tycobrahe Octavia
    Mosfet Booster
    A Digitech delay modified to control delay time with an Ernie Ball volume pedal and run through a feedback looper.


    The others are a TIM, Barber DDSS, and Boss Tuner.


    Of course, I only used 2 or 3 out of the whole bunch, so I've paired down quite a bit.

    I've also built a Peppermil, mini-booster, bazz fuss, cab simulator, and I'm about to rebuild the 808 and also a new Ruby amp.
     
  5. dosmun

    dosmun Member

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    Here are a couple favs of the many that I have made.
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  6. autopilot

    autopilot Member

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    4ms phaseur

    [​IMG] phaseur and tremulus in 1 box
     
  7. asdf

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    How do you like the Peppermill? I'm thinking of building that or maybe the Supreaux. Where'd you source the parts and how easy was it to follow/build?
     
  8. bean

    bean Member

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    The Peppermill is a very straight-forward build. It worked the first time. I order the parts from Small Bear and used this layout done on vero board:

    http://www.indyguitarist.com/torchy/Distortion_Overdrive/ROG Peppermill/ROG Peppermill.gif

    As far as sound, it has always been problematic. It's got a nice little overdrive, but the problem is that single notes sound very gated. The gating can be minimized by adjusting the trim pot to get the correct drain voltage off the transistor, but it's always there to a degree. However, running a booster in front or after sometimes takes the problem away. It's great for open chords.
     
  9. MrSage

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    Here are mine: Small Bear Tweak-o fuzz and BYOC fully loaded chorus in DonnerBox.

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  11. 2x6L6

    2x6L6 Supporting Member

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    Rangemaster clone and Orman Mosfet Boost (the coolest clean boost ever!) Hardware store hammer-tone paint.
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    Same pedals below, boxed in pre-painted boxes from Pedal Parts Plus:

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    Currently working on '69 Boutique Fuzz, trying to decide if I can fit it into a B box.....
     
  12. scottywompas

    scottywompas Member

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    Just a few pedals. The spongebob stickered box is a MOSfet clean boost. The two button box is a TS derived circuit with a separate Jfet boost in the same box. The silver box is a modified vox treble booster (which will probably be scavanged for parts and the two knob multi color pedal is a super hot Fuzz Face clone. My three year old has been finishing my boxes for me. Aren't they cool?
    http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/s_frein/album?.dir=dfd5&.src=ph&store=&prodid=&.done=http%3a//photos.yahoo.com/ph//my_photos
     
  13. autopilot

    autopilot Member

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    my latest build Tremulus Lune
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    another one duo distorter (my 1st pedal)

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  14. agentcooper2001

    agentcooper2001 Member

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    that tremulus lune looks great. You want to build one for me?
     
  15. MrSage

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    Agent,
    If you look at the autopilot's sig he is advertising the Tremulus Lune as for sale.
     
  17. object47

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  18. QuickDraw

    QuickDraw Member

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    this is a pic of my rangemaster clone. sounds good.

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  19. autopilot

    autopilot Member

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    QuickDraw, gorgeus led you put it there.
     
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    Sorry Object47, but the award for dirtiest dirt box goes to QuickDraw!
     

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