More DIY pedal clips (YATS) !

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  1. samtheman

    samtheman Member

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    Here is a YATS:

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    And its sounds like clip1 and clip2

    http://www.vilo.net/yats/

    Room mic´d Germino Masonette w/ Heritage G12H and Celestion Gold (not break in yet), Suhr Classic.

    enjoy and thanks Dennis :banana

    /sam
     
  2. Deaj

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    You're welcome Sam! :)

    Thanks for posting the sound clips. I really dig your playing!:RoCkIn
     
  3. Frank B

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    Most def. so


     
  4. thepimpdaddy

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    Sam - You're playing kicks ass, man. Beautiful, and that tone is just killer - lovely!

    Nice pedal, Deaj :^)

    Peace - PD
     
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    Nice playing!I notice the LED's being used for clipping.Is this a E clone?Nice looking build Deaj.
     
  6. Deaj

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    Thank you! :) This pedal is based on the CJOD. It's basically the same core circuit without the input and output buffers (a'la Jack Orman's 'Son of a Screamer' - this is the same circuit topology as used in the Eternity as well).
     
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    Thanks! :)
     
  8. catsandtrees

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    Anymore feedback about the TAE Yats folks?

    Would love to hear some reviews or comparisons =) Thanks!
     
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    I really like mine (sonic/daphne relic finish)--remarkably close to my cj.

    Almost bought another from that recent run!

    Greg
     
  11. nibus

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    wow, the playing in those clips is nothing short of phenomenal
     
  12. dick wiewy

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    Deaj,
    Great clips of your pedal. Those relic'd ones kick so much bootay PimpDaddy! Where are these available for sale?
     
  13. thepimpdaddy

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    DW - I'm glad you're diggin' the relic job - these are special pedals (in my book), and I had a ball doing them :AOK. Of course I owe my inspiration to Leo and his paint shop - check this link out, some of the boxes I painted were inspired by the models shown on these pages: http://www.provide.net/~cfh/fenderc.html

    I tried to mix it up a bit, each box is unique, using custom color over primer, custom color directly over 'burst, etc., relicing all done by hand. Doesn't make 'em sound any better, but I think they look sweet on a pedal board, and I haven't seen anyone else do it (yet :D).

    Peace~~

    PD
     
  14. Trebor Renkluaf

    Trebor Renkluaf I was hit by a parked car, what's your excuse? Gold Supporting Member

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    Yet Another Tube Screamer?
    I've thouhgt it would be cool to start an amp company called:
    YABA - Yet Another Boutique Amp.
     
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    Besides the lower part count what are the benefits to ditching the buffers?

    I would imagine it might be more reactive to the guitar volume than a TS without the input buffer but it might not like certain pedals following it due to the lack of the output buffer.
     
  18. Deaj

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    Very nice Sam - thanks! Your playing always knocks me out!

    The CJOD circuit in Jack Orman's 'Son of Screamer' form sounds a bit more raw and, as you surmized, does respond nicely to guitar volume control changes. It also feels a bit better under my fingers than the buffered circuit. Though I understand the potential is there I haven't run into any issues with pedals downstream yet nor have I heard anything from customers.
     

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