Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!



Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:12 pm

I finally got a Shark Tank!

If you want something built let me know and I can probably do it for you! I'll also be posting random pedals that I've built for my own enjoyment so be sure to check in often because I'll have lots of fun stuff up for grabs!
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby skullservant » Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:14 pm

FINALLY, GURL.
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Fri Aug 31, 2012 3:29 pm

Price drop, yo
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:37 am

Here's a little clip of a fuzz I'll be building a batch of very soon. It's based on the Colorsound one knobber with some mods. I'm thinking I'll make either some or all of them with switchable octave as well (not shown here). I could add other controls like pregain, Big Muff tone control, whatever you want.

Uploaded the video in HD now so the sound is a little better. The one knobber is on the whole time and is the only pedal in use.
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:14 pm

Do you like delay? Me too. Here's a clip of my delay.



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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Moustache_Bash » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:15 pm

That delay is awesome. :joy:
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Almonds » Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:15 pm

Both awesome
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby hbombgraphics » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:23 pm

dude! Bout flipping time you got in the tank

The OB builds some insane pedals. and has insane service!
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby julius_deane » Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:51 pm

Can you tell us more about the delay?
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Tue Sep 11, 2012 5:21 pm

Sure!

At its heart, it's really just a Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay clone.

I doubled the delay time so you can get delay times way beyond what the PT2399 can actually handle. In the longer time settings, you get some noise (which sounds kinda like water sputtering quietly, not really a hiss sound) and super grainy lofi repeats. Of yourse you've still got all the normal (noise free) delay range as well.

Then there's the momentary infinite feedback switch. When you hold it down, it basically simulates turning the repeats control all the way up, sending the pedal into oscillation. Because of how the switch is wired, you can tame the oscillation by turning the repeats control down. Then you get feedback swells that don't get so intense and loud. When the feedback switch is combined with the extended delay time range, you get a large range of pitch bending madness to play with during oscillation.

There's also a volume control which can give you a nice boost or just help you dial in unity gain with your rig.

I can also tailor the brightness of the repeats to your taste (I like my repeats on the darker side). Either with a fixed sound or a two or three way switch to give you some more options. If I include the brightness switch I'll have to use a larger box though because I utilize every little bit of space in the 125b enclosure.

I'll probably add the option of an effects loop soon as well.

And of course, I use good quality components and hardware, and wire the switch for input grounded true bypass so you can be sure nothing will bleed into the bypass signal.
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:11 pm

Im working on this dual pedal for Communarchy right now and I'm pretty excited about it.
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On the right is a Distortion+ with a toggle switch for germanium diodes, silicon diodes, and no diodes. All three clipping settings sound awesome! On the left is an EP Booster with the fat and bright switches mounted on the face instead of internal dip switches. Gotta finish wiring up the EP Booster circuit

Don't worry, I'll add LEDs
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:49 pm

It's what's on the inside that really counts, right?
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The black ground wire that's currently going to nothing will be the ground for the LEDs. But let's ignore it right now. I had to flip the Dist+ board over to get everything to fit.
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Communarchy » Wed Sep 12, 2012 11:49 pm

Great job my friend! Surprised to see all those big caps (?) in the EP.
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby Officer Bukowski » Thu Sep 13, 2012 12:19 am

Me too! I'm surprised at the parts count in general.

I really dig that circuit
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Re: Bukowski's Super Duper Pedal Thread!

Postby kbit » Sat Sep 15, 2012 4:58 pm

Cool shit, man.

DAT DELAY\
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3.) Can the bright toggle switch be made into a knob?
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