What's missing on Mammoth electronics



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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby skullservant » Wed Aug 22, 2012 12:52 pm

I use them on all of my builds now! I have a little stash of them to put on future builds too
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby Dr Satan » Mon Aug 27, 2012 9:37 pm

Carbon film resistors, single sided copper clad board(photo resist and regular), 2n2222 transistors.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby blakemoth » Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:06 am

Thanks, Dr. Satan.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby CabinFever47 » Wed Aug 29, 2012 12:31 am

Black Davies #1470 style knobs. Basically an obese #1400. I'd buy the crap out of those.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby skullservant » Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:01 am

Any plans on obnoxious pink sparkle powdercoat?? That'd be awesome. Any neon sparkly color, honestly!
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby baracus » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:02 pm

It would be awesome if Mammoth had;

* Let users create "Project Bills of Material (BOMs)". Let customers add parts to "projects" instead of a shopping cart. Then let customers add one or several of these project BOMs to their shopping cart with a click. It would allow customers to price out different projects individually. And (the million dollar idea part), let users share their project BOMs so that other DIYers could add these projects to their shopping carts.
* downloadable, blank graphics templates for their predrilled enclosures (indicating hole locations, enclosure size, and maybe having outlines for different knob diameters).
* sparkle pink enclosure +1
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby Mr.Grumpy » Wed Sep 05, 2012 12:58 pm

I'd like to see Mammoth carry wah pedal inductors.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby skullservant » Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:50 pm

baracus wrote:It would be awesome if Mammoth had;

* Let users create "Project Bills of Material (BOMs)". Let customers add parts to "projects" instead of a shopping cart. Then let customers add one or several of these project BOMs to their shopping cart with a click. It would allow customers to price out different projects individually. And (the million dollar idea part), let users share their project BOMs so that other DIYers could add these projects to their shopping carts.
* downloadable, blank graphics templates for their predrilled enclosures (indicating hole locations, enclosure size, and maybe having outlines for different knob diameters).
* sparkle pink enclosure +1


THIS WOULD BE SO RAD. Because I order the same parts over and over and it takes a good hour to get everything in the cart. OH MAN
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby The4455 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 3:46 pm

skullservant wrote:
baracus wrote:It would be awesome if Mammoth had;

* Let users create "Project Bills of Material (BOMs)". Let customers add parts to "projects" instead of a shopping cart. Then let customers add one or several of these project BOMs to their shopping cart with a click. It would allow customers to price out different projects individually. And (the million dollar idea part), let users share their project BOMs so that other DIYers could add these projects to their shopping carts.
* downloadable, blank graphics templates for their predrilled enclosures (indicating hole locations, enclosure size, and maybe having outlines for different knob diameters).
* sparkle pink enclosure +1


THIS WOULD BE SO RAD. Because I order the same parts over and over and it takes a good hour to get everything in the cart. OH MAN


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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby CounterfeitGentleman » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:45 pm

Deleted a whole topic and decided to post here to keep it neat and tidy... I could really use a build guide/parts list & instructions for the wah enclosure. I feel like the one I ordered is short a few screws, or is missing some bits, but can't tell without proper instructions on how to assemble it. Suggestions?
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby TNblueshawk » Mon Oct 08, 2012 3:57 pm

CounterfeitGentleman wrote:Deleted a whole topic and decided to post here to keep it neat and tidy... I could really use a build guide/parts list & instructions for the wah enclosure. I feel like the one I ordered is short a few screws, or is missing some bits, but can't tell without proper instructions on how to assemble it. Suggestions?


+1. I just logged into here hoping to find something as I think I'm missing some screws and I have never assembled one.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby selfdestroyer » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:59 pm

Double Pole Double Throw (DPDT) On-Off-On Solder Lug Toggle Switch (Short Shaft)

I see you have one that is On-On-On but not On-Off-On.

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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby MaxxPlay » Fri Oct 26, 2012 3:19 pm

How about a high quality phenolic or plastic amp knob?
Something with a brass insert.
I personally love this style knob " 4SKP-21X12KBK"
http://www.mammothelectronics.com/4SKP-21X12KBK-p/700-2700.htm
Easy to see, vintage looking, and just a nice, functional knob.
:oldrant:
But, after buying many of these, I find with almost half of them the set screw hole is either pre-stripped or strips out with very minor tightening. When I inquired about returning these defective pieces I received no reply.
(so I may try to find a slightly wider set screw)
Believe me I am not trying to knock the company, I really like them. It's just that out of all the knobs I have used these seem to be the only ones with consistent issues.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby Eric! » Sat Nov 03, 2012 4:58 pm

ifeellikeatourist wrote:photoresistors!!!!!!!!


THESE. And varied resistor and cap value packs, please :D

and a "save for later" feature for your cart? :group:
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby kurtH » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:53 pm

I wish they would provide good customer service and peole who will reply to emails about orders they screwed up.

That is what has been missing from Mammote Electrnics these days.
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