Here's the schematic... Traced from the unit I got second hand as birthday present!
What's nicer than sharing you birthday present?!
My unit matches the one that can be seen in this post
from a separate threads with guts from the Micro Vibe(s).
It is pretty well built and feels more reliable and strong than its Dunlop alike (especially the ribbon wire for the pots board). It shares the H11F3 fet-optocoupler with the Dunlop. It's used here as a FET switch that keep the signal away from the effect input (in the Dunlop it's used for the Vintage/Modern switch that disable/enable the input buffer). It might be a trick to try if you want to use DPDTs...
The LFO's classic, and the opamp phase stages are fairly close to the Danelectro Chicken Salad.
The driver circuit trimmer is factory set at 250 ohms. There is no protection resistor so mind your tweaking if you turn it down to 0!
10/04/11 : update : change C4 to 470n.
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