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by rizibiz
15 Aug 2012, 14:30
Forum: Parts Sourcing & Trading
Topic: Tayda Electronics
Replies: 107
Views: 45137

Re: Tayda Electronics

An update on delivery time:
2 weeks for my last order to EU.
Excellent service, well packed. Thumbs up for Tayda!
by rizibiz
02 Aug 2012, 18:32
Forum: Parts Sourcing & Trading
Topic: DIY Parts in dealextreme.com
Replies: 4
Views: 1571

Re: DIY Parts in dealextreme.com

jubal81 wrote:Be forewarned: It took three months for me to get a desoldering pump I ordered from there.
Indeed. Delivery times above 1 month are standard for DX. Loads of worst chinese quality stuff and counterfeits too.
by rizibiz
19 Jul 2012, 15:18
Forum: Parts Sourcing & Trading
Topic: Tayda Electronics
Replies: 107
Views: 45137

Re: Tayda Electronics

I admit I haven't ordered from them recently but in June the shipments arrived within 2 weeks (to EU) which is quite good from Asia.
Zero problems yet, good components at good prices.
by rizibiz
26 Jun 2012, 10:51
Forum: Boutique Stompboxes dissected...
Topic: Worlds Smallest Klon
Replies: 46
Views: 6904

Re: Worlds Smallest Klon

Very nice! Reminds me I should really finish the couple of Madbean Electric Mistresses I've got half-populated (for myself and girlfriend). Really like the quality of your boards. With the horizontal zombie Klone up there my main concern was to make them easy to build, hence the orientation and boa...
by rizibiz
25 Jun 2012, 21:14
Forum: Boutique Stompboxes dissected...
Topic: Worlds Smallest Klon
Replies: 46
Views: 6904

Re: Worlds Smallest Klon

Seiche wrote:it's not on diystomp, but in the subforum of byoc.

awesome job! enclosure finish looks really good, too. To be fair, it's a mini klon, though, or MKC1.
Thanks! BTW it is really hard to believe these guys shoehorned this to a 1590A. Impressive indeed :block:
by rizibiz
25 Jun 2012, 20:57
Forum: Boutique Stompboxes dissected...
Topic: Worlds Smallest Klon
Replies: 46
Views: 6904

Re: Worlds Smallest Klon

rocklander wrote:holy crap that's impressive.. and on vero in all... but I didn't see the layout?
They say it is on DIYStompboxes layout gallery but I was unable to find it.
by rizibiz
25 Jun 2012, 17:49
Forum: Modern Stompbox Effects (1975 - ...)
Topic: Yamaha - E1010 Analog Delay [schematic]
Replies: 9
Views: 5309

Re: Yamaha E1010 Analog Delay [schematic]

Guys, sorry for resurrecting this ancient thread. A buddy of mine has one of these in his possession and I think it sounds fabulous. I was asked to make him a footswitch for it. Am I right (according to the schematic) that I can use a simple SPST latching footswitch connected through a mono jack? Th...
by rizibiz
16 Jun 2012, 18:59
Forum: Ready-To-Build Effect Projects
Topic: KLON BUFFER VERO
Replies: 39
Views: 3087

Re: KLON BUFFER VERO

I use singles alot. LM301, NE5534, LF411, CA3130 & 3140, 741... these are all very useful to have around. Most singles share the same pinout so you can swap 'em just like the duals. LF412 is the dual version of the LF411, same pinout as all the other duals. Here LF412 costs 3 times a TL072. Neverth...
by rizibiz
16 Jun 2012, 05:47
Forum: Ready-To-Build Effect Projects
Topic: KLON BUFFER VERO
Replies: 39
Views: 3087

Re: KLON BUFFER VERO

Hey, why are you guys wasting half a TL072? You could just use a TL071 and have the same circuit without the wasted extra opamp. You should consider trying it with an LF411 as well. It's a similar JFET input type, but has better overall spec. Yes indeed you are right. Let me explain: since a lot of...
by rizibiz
15 Jun 2012, 12:32
Forum: Ready-To-Build Effect Projects
Topic: KLON BUFFER VERO
Replies: 39
Views: 3087

Re: KLON BUFFER VERO

Ok I did another one because I don't like standing resistors - thanks IvIark for spoiling me :) And to ground the inputs of the unused half of the TL072 (and I don't have TL071's on hand) http://ompldr.org/vZWNoNw/klonbuffer-vero.jpeg Red is +9V, Black is ground, Yellow is input, Green is output I'...
by rizibiz
13 Jun 2012, 10:54
Forum: Stuff Seen for Sale
Topic: HUGE PEDAL BLOW OUT! MK1 & MK2 inside... :)
Replies: 9
Views: 3845

Re: HUGE PEDAL BLOW OUT! MK1 & MK2 inside... :)

I'm not into buying these stuff, but thanks for the delightful pics. :thumbsup
BTW your builds look excellent!
by rizibiz
02 Jun 2012, 08:58
Forum: Software Room
Topic: Do-It-Yourself Layout Creator [freeware] -- Updates log
Replies: 397
Views: 195202

Re: Do-It-Yourself Layout Creator [freeware] -- Updates log

for what its worth, I have isolated my DIYLC crash problems on OSX 10.7.3 to the text function! As long as I dont add text to the layout everything works great. Ive just been adding text after the fact in Photoshop for the time being. This. I experienced the same thing. Plus adding images also wrea...
by rizibiz
10 May 2012, 12:35
Forum: Ready-To-Build Effect Projects
Topic: Soul Sonic - Folk Driver, The Honey Bee Challenge!
Replies: 71
Views: 9525

Re: Soul Sonic - Folk Driver, The Honey Bee Challenge!

Yeah, I'm not sure about it either. I never bonded with it. I built a Honey Bee clone too and the two are very different. The funny thing is I gave this to a professional musician friend who really liked it for..... BASS. And they use it live on their gigs where the bass player needs some distortion...
by rizibiz
26 Apr 2012, 09:38
Forum: Amplifiers
Topic: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)
Replies: 39
Views: 52437

Re: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)

and this could make it more flexible too... maybe the SBEQ as a preamp, and a cab sim as well and have them switchable.. Exactly. This was my plan too. I built a SBEQ in front of the Tiny Giant in the same 1590BB enclosure. Now it belongs to a bass player friend of mine as I still did not like it. ...
by rizibiz
25 Apr 2012, 15:11
Forum: Ready-To-Build Effect Projects
Topic: KLON BUFFER VERO
Replies: 39
Views: 3087

Re: KLON BUFFER VERO

Ok I did another one because I don't like standing resistors - thanks IvIark for spoiling me :) And to ground the inputs of the unused half of the TL072 (and I don't have TL071's on hand) http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2348282/Screenshots/klonbuffer-vero.jpg Red is +9V, Black is ground, Yellow is input, Gr...
by rizibiz
25 Apr 2012, 15:04
Forum: Amplifiers
Topic: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)
Replies: 39
Views: 52437

Re: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)

Ok, maybe all you need for these to sound great is a good preamp. Or a POD, or something like that.
by rizibiz
25 Apr 2012, 14:58
Forum: Amplifiers
Topic: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)
Replies: 39
Views: 52437

Re: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)

There is Taylor's Tiny Giant amp at http://musicpcb.com/pcbs/tiny-giant-amp/ 12V-18V - 10-15W I've built this into a 1590BB with a BJF Sea Blue EQ as preamp. http://ompldr.org/vZGN5Zw To be honest I did not like it. Just as I did not like the Ruby. :( what is it you didn't like about it? (or the ru...
by rizibiz
25 Apr 2012, 10:03
Forum: Amplifiers
Topic: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)
Replies: 39
Views: 52437

Re: Solid state Amp discussion allowed (of course!)

There is Taylor's Tiny Giant amp at http://musicpcb.com/pcbs/tiny-giant-amp/ 12V-18V - 10-15W
I've built this into a 1590BB with a BJF Sea Blue EQ as preamp.
http://ompldr.org/vZGN5Zw

To be honest I did not like it. Just as I did not like the Ruby. :(
by rizibiz
14 Apr 2012, 12:41
Forum: Parts Sourcing & Trading
Topic: PCBs for sale
Replies: 1
Views: 1000

Re: PCBs for sale

Hi marshmellow, I'd love to buy the tri-vibe smd.
I send you a PM