Savage Henry

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edkoppel
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Re: Savage Henry...

Post by edkoppel » Mon Nov 09, 2009 3:27 am

is that an led?
Oh, DB? That's just slang for Dandy Big muff collector.
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Re: Savage Henry...

Post by mhat » Mon Nov 09, 2009 4:30 am

edkoppel wrote:is that an led?
Weird. I never heard a pedal that was so obviously switched on. Mind you, handy for switching between songs so yes, I can see that.

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Post by redeyeflight » Fri Feb 12, 2010 2:19 am

I just got mine from a fellow forum member...these pedals are the SHIT!!! Really cool sound! And loud as all get out...I was sorta expecting a meathead but this realy doesnt sound anything like one. I just love how it sounds when you mess around with the volume knob on your guitar, it doesn't clean up but the tone and gating/octave character changes dramatically. Really impressed by the versatility of this ONE KNOB pedal. Nasty octave fuzzys all the way to singing violin tone...incredible! I wish the best to rogue sound and hope for more offerings in a similar vein soon!
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Re: Savage Henry...

Post by neoflox » Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:24 pm

I may be new here, so please don't tear me apart but how does one stand to making the schematic available?

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Post by skybone » Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:46 pm

Er... Hang on, you want to copy a new pedal made by a new company?

Sorry, but why else would you want the schematic?
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Post by neoflox » Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:54 pm

Like I said, I am just asking. I did not have the funds for the last savage henry ebay auction and will probably not be able to pay the rising going rates for these in future. I am not familiar with Rogue Sounds policy on that, I would only want to build one for my personal. Also they were a one-off batch, right? After I saw the clip and the last production pedal on ebay I tried to find a substitute pedal that would come somewhat near that awsome little pedal, with no success obviously.

Nevermind if that is out of question.
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Post by edkoppel » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:15 pm

neoflox wrote:Like I said, I am just asking. I did not have the funds for the last savage henry ebay auction and will probably not be able to pay the rising going rates for these in future. I am not familiar with Rogue Sounds policy on that, I would only want to build one for my personal. Also they were a one-off batch, right? After I saw the clip and the last production pedal on ebay I tried to find a substitute pedal that would come somewhat near that awsome little pedal, with no success obviously.

Nevermind if that is out of question.
I'm not electronically inclined, at all...
But the gut shots are available (http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_lKNCdxOKj_c/S ... VAGE19.jpg) and it doesn't look like there is too much going on in there.
Like I said I have no idea how it works, but it seems like you could come up with something close with some experimentation. Who knows you may stumble onto something original?
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Post by neoflox » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:37 pm

edkoppel wrote:
neoflox wrote:Like I said, I am just asking. I did not have the funds for the last savage henry ebay auction and will probably not be able to pay the rising going rates for these in future. I am not familiar with Rogue Sounds policy on that, I would only want to build one for my personal. Also they were a one-off batch, right? After I saw the clip and the last production pedal on ebay I tried to find a substitute pedal that would come somewhat near that awsome little pedal, with no success obviously.

Nevermind if that is out of question.
I'm not electronically inclined, at all...
But the gut shots are available (http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_lKNCdxOKj_c/S ... VAGE19.jpg) and it doesn't look like there is too much going on in there.
Like I said I have no idea how it works, but it seems like you could come up with something close with some experimentation. Who knows you may stumble onto something original?
Thanks edkoppel, I've had the pictures already but I am not that good on in identifying circuits by gutshots. And before I try to get hints on fsb or similar, I thought I'd ask here first. I would definitly love to experiment with these parts though ;)
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Post by neoflox » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:50 pm

Thanks for the welcome. Okay, I can understand this. Nevermind my initial query then. I don't want to step on anyones feet. I guess he is not rather fond that there are schems of many other DAM pedals out there, I guess.
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Post by neoflox » Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:10 pm

Wise words man and I am with you there. I never intended to harm any buisness since I would not have asked for pedals still being in production at least. And I also would never support guys like the one selling knockoffs. I am not introduced to the story but I figure it.
Maybe you can also understand me that I will not easily pay $250 for a one-sound-one-knobber if I am a poor young person. Unfortunately I am not advanced enough in topic to start experimenting on my own yet.

ps. your avatar is scary as skunk shit
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