Custom Work - Open!



Custom Work - Open!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:42 am

Now that a good handful of my prototyping and troubleshooting is now finished, I'm opening custom orders back up.

Whatever insane idea you might have, approach me about it and we'll talk. I've got no problem working out every specific minute detail -- its your pedal. :hug:



I'll temporarily update this thread with previous and up to date custom work.
Unfortunately I've been pretty bad about documenting a lot of builds so a good handful of previous custom work may not appear here. :facepalm:
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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:46 am

Dual Germanium Fuzz Face - NKT275s and AC128s - Bias, Volume, and Gain for each.
Wish I had a better picture of it, finished in a "purple haze" powder coat.

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:50 am

Pretty Obvious - AC128s - Had a little fun with the eyelet board.
Saw this floating around on the BST a while back... as Spunkz pointed out, I ran the power through a caterpillar.

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:56 am

Robot Pterodactyl Deathmatch - Shin-Ei FY-2/Green Ringer - FY-2 has an added 2 knob tone stack plus an internal mids trim pot... an obnoxious one.
Not too many good gutshots of it, so enjoy the trim pot.

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:00 am

DOD 250 - Diode Selection Switch, Transparency Switch, Compression Knob - In addition to the standard Volume and Gain. Turret Board.
Sorry, no gutshots, I may be doing a limited run of these here soon... *hint hint*

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:07 am

SWAG - Civil War Muff - Added bass cut knob, tone stack bypass toggle, oscillation footswitch - Brought the AM-radio muff toanz.
I never got a decent picture of the finish - Here is one before I had everything finished on the inside... so it looks the same minus LEDs.

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:11 am

Tiny tiny Sam Ash Fuzz/Astrotone - Eyelet board, enclosed jacks and three full size pots in a tiny enclosure. Rather stupid actually.

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:24 am

DOD 440 Based Filter - Controls for resonance, attack time, decay time, sensitivity and volume. Extra deep sweep toggle. Toggle to change treadle control: Either manual sweep or treadle controls the starting point of the auto sweep.
Also has a jack for a small expression box containing a pulsing LED/LDR Combo with a toggle to activate an external LDR for manual light control. Replaces the treadle when plugged in.

One of my favorite builds to date...
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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:27 am

Tiny Colorsound One Knob Fuzz - No gutshots, sorry...

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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:29 am

Tiny EP Booster - Stripboard - Externally mounted toggles.
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Re: Custom Work!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:34 am

Maestro Brass Master - Germanium diodes, separated brass and bass knobs, brass mode toggle was moved to a stomp switch.

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Re: Custom Work - Open!

Postby Eric! » Fri Nov 02, 2012 7:17 pm

das brassmaster is pretty slick
Mojo Hand FX -- huge sounds inbound..
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Re: Custom Work - Open!

Postby ComeMyFanatics » Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:51 pm

Ash Fuzz/Astrotone seems interesting. Any demos? Is it focused on fuzz or spaced out "piew piew fsiough"?
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Re: Custom Work - Open!

Postby Rygot » Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:55 pm

Eric! wrote:das brassmaster is pretty slick

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ComeMyFanatics wrote:Ash Fuzz/Astrotone seems interesting. Any demos? Is it focused on fuzz or spaced out "piew piew fsiough"?

One of my dudes still has it somewhere, I can do a quick clip of it here soon.

Its really more of an overdrive that can be pushed to fuzz territory IMO, pretty focused.
Then again I'm not sure what piew piew fsiough sounds like. :lol:
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Re: Custom Work - Open!

Postby ComeMyFanatics » Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:06 pm

Rygot wrote:One of my dudes still has it somewhere, I can do a quick clip of it here soon.

Its really more of an overdrive that can be pushed to fuzz territory IMO, pretty focused.
Then again I'm not sure what piew piew fsiough sounds like. :lol:


Oh, it's all in my head. Think of lasers being fired and then something moving through space really fast and you have piew piew fsiough. :lol:
Got a combined overdrive and fuzz in the mail so no need for a demo then, was hoping for some space sounds.
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