Tycobrahe Pedalflanger 70's issue

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Hank3, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. Hank3

    Hank3 Member

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    I have a 2 Knob Tycobrahe Pedalflanger from the 70's.I have the new parts to fix it but cannot get it to flange.Does anyone have any Schematics for the old original ones? Thanks
     
  2. SBlue

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    You should be able to google it.
    I would be glad to send you one if I had it.
    Amazing sounding Flanger. Probably my all time favorite!
    I have one for about 8 years and still can't find anything like it.
     
  3. Hank3

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    we have been looking for the schematics online for the 70's models but havent been able to find any...You like it better even better then a ADA flanger?
     
  4. BMF Effects

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    I don't know if this one matches yours. You can also try the guys over at Chicago Iron, they may be able to help.
     
  5. SBlue

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    I like it a lot better than my ADA Flanger. I also have an original Electric Mistress, MXR, Jet Flanger, Roland Flanger, a few new flanger pedals and use to have the TZF.
    The deal with the Pedalflanger is that it really need to be set right. There are a lot of internal trim pots that had to be set by someone who knows what each one of them are there for. This way, when you use the pedal it will be the strongest, fullest sounding flanger without clipping the signal.
     
  6. yucatown

    yucatown Theory-free noodling enthusiast Gold Supporting Member

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    I have one. Best flanger ever built. Nothing comes close. I agree that it needs to be set right. I highly recommend that you send yours to Kurt Stier over at Chicago Iron. He set mine up at a very reasonable price.
     
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    I have talked to Kurt before I guess I will haft to send it in
     
  8. Hank3

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    Any idea's why my pics I uploaded are gone? is there a new Policy on TGP where bigger pics are takin down ?
     

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