[Tutorial] how to make artistic, old skool PCB

Frequently asked question on the subject of designing, creating, producing printed boards, veroboards or perfboads and on point-to-point construction techniques.
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JiM
Diode Debunker
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Completed builds

Completed builds :
Proco Rat
MXR MicroAmp in a volume pedal
TubeDriver (w/ NoS russian tube and big muff tone contol) + Phase 45 (w/ univibe cap ratio)
Dallas Rangemaster (w/ noisy OC75, negative ground)
SubCaster tube booster (w/ NoS russian tube, PtP)
Hot Harmonics
Music From Outer Space SubCommander in progress
Crackle Not OK
Simple bass blender in a 1590A
Bazz Fuss with a photo-darlington

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Post by JiM »

Mr. G. wrote:I didn't want to pass on information that may cause people grief. I also feel a bit inferior compared to other stuff on their site.
I sense a bit of contradiction here ... your quality standards are higher than many ! :hug:
Mr. G. wrote:btw, what the hell is the "slashdot-effect"? That's the second time I've seen someone refer to that today.
Slashdot is a famous news/forum website focusing on nerdy subjects. The audience is large enough to cause server overload when everyone clicks on the same link at the same time ... Being "slashdotted" means your website gained a sudden, usually short-lived, huge traffic, which may have as many advantages (fame & glory) as disadvantages (server slowdown, angry ISP).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slashdot_effect
I only give negative feedback.

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Mr. G.
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my favorite amplifier: Undecided
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3-loop + tuner out TB loop pedal
Eternity overdrive (Deaj perf layout)
YATS (many)
BOR
DLS
COT (Briggs mods)
Crunchbox
SHO (several)
Fuzz Factory
Several LM386 based distortions

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Post by Mr. G. »

I see. Thanks for the info.

My personal standards are actually pretty freakin' low, ha ha. When others are involved, the bar gets raised a bit, or at least I try to raise it.

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