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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by SonicVI » Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:56 pm

Philip wrote:Just had a look and the circuit is obscuring the pots.
oh, how conveeenient! :hihi:
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by Philip » Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:58 pm

SonicVI wrote:
Philip wrote:Just had a look and the circuit is obscuring the pots.
oh, how conveeenient! :hihi:
Hah, it's true. Tis just a quick build to let me hear the circuit.
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by SonicVI » Thu Jul 30, 2009 10:08 pm

It's ok, I think we can probably figure it out knowing what we know about other tone benders. The volume pot has a 10K resistor in parallel with it, which means a 10K pot will work the same. I already have the MK1 on my breadboard so I'll probably have a go at it this weekend.

Here's the schemo: Should I post it in the tinkerer's corner instead? I'll do the stripboard layout too tonight maybe.

I welcome anybody to double check my work. I couldn't get the transistor symbols to change to PNP with the emitter pointing down, so i stuck with NPN symbols. We know what they are, OC75's, so just thought I'd mention it. For those familiar with the MK1 circuit you can see it's pretty much the same with just minor changes.
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by rileymaher » Tue Aug 04, 2009 1:35 pm

Philip wrote:Love diz fuzz...

I played fuzz lead guitar on top of a Yardbirds outtake. Going for that page - little games sound which I simply cannot get enough of! :love:

les paul custom - vox dynamic bass(set clean) - MKI Supa Fuzz replica

http://s51.photobucket.com/albums/f395/ ... rdclip.flv
is this song you stole my love? there is a version where the lead part is really really fizzy.

this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX22NZyE ... re=related
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by Philip » Tue Aug 04, 2009 2:45 pm

rileymaher wrote:
is this song you stole my love? there is a version where the lead part is really really fizzy.

this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX22NZyE ... re=related
Yeah it's the version on Cumular Limit, i edited it down though and added the fuzz part.

Hmm listening to the other outtake, i think my fuzz part is better hehe. :smashed:
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by Sauniere » Tue Aug 18, 2009 10:38 pm

Does your grey Vox clone "work" in front of your MKII?
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by Philip » Wed Aug 19, 2009 6:45 am

Sauniere wrote:Does your grey Vox clone "work" in front of your MKII?
With single coil Danelectro, yes, with my humbucking les paul, no.

One needs to remove some cap? for the wah to work. The early small board MKII'sand later supa fuzz's didn't have it.

Stu can explain it better. :badteeth:
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Re: MKI Supa Fuzz & Grey Vox wah replica clips

Post by RabbitPunch » Wed Aug 26, 2009 7:50 am

Wow, great sounding pedal and playing. :crackjam:
Before bringing up drugs with your kids, hook your turntables up to a wah-wah pedal.
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