Seraph PCBs still available?

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Re-discovered Fromel's DC-2 reworking w/improvements - complicated/high-part-count builds don't bother me. Are these PCBs still available? Seriously want to build one.

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bucksears wrote:Re-discovered Fromel's DC-2 reworking w/improvements - complicated/high-part-count builds don't bother me. Are these PCBs still available? Seriously want to build one.
I dont think it was ever offered as a DIY project. That circuit is a pedal Fromel sells as part of his product line.

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Thanks - I thought I saw an older thread (2009?) where he had some PCBs and/or kits of the Seraph. Just though I'd check.

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bucksears wrote:Thanks - I thought I saw an older thread (2009?) where he had some PCBs and/or kits of the Seraph. Just though I'd check.

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Perhaps. I cant imagine offering a kit for that. There are about 200 parts on the board and a bunch of offboard wiring for the stereo switching. The whole thing barely fits in the box. Its a killer circuit though.

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