Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Why would you remove the buffers???
soulsonic wrote:Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Why would you remove the buffers???
As Dirk mentioned in another thread some time ago; a clever person would use the existing soft switch/flip flop circuit to drive a relay for true bypass. I think that's a great idea, and I'd like to experiment with it myself. It would be a much better solution than hacking up a perfectly good pedal.
dread pierat wrote: (which is a modified Univox Superfuzz clone)
RnFR wrote:why, because it's got a differential amplifer? i'd say the two have MUCH more that is different than they do alike. you would hardly be able to modify a superfuzz into an FZ2, you'd be much better off just building one from scratch.
dread pierat wrote:to mod an FZ-2 into a convincing Superfuzz all you need to do is change one resistor and one capacitor, jumper another resistor, cut another capacitor, and move the level pot and output to the 1k resistor after IC1a. Then change the diode clippers, and you should be good to go.
dread pierat wrote:To mess up your valuable pedal....
dread pierat wrote:To mess up your valuable pedal all you need is to reference a Superfuzz schematic and alter the highlighted areas in the attachment accordingly.
Clippers: D4,D5. Change to some nice germaniums.
Notch filter: Cut, replace and jumper.
Then move the output to the output of IC1a.
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