Klamac El'Mo circuit dissection.

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underdog726
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Good morning guys, my first post. A couple of respected builders directed me over here after inquiring if they could make me a 2 in 1 pedal for my shameless SRV tone addictions. No pedal, and I have been thru everything achieves the SRV tones to me more than this Klamac EL'MO pedal When asked by the builders who are members on here if i could dig up schematics for it I tried to no avail. If anyone can or can do it from the pictures I have included I would be forever grateful. From my understanding its based on the Jerseygirl fulltender but eq switches were replaced with bass and treble pots. It does sound like a fulltender to my ears with more tweakability. The other half of the pedal would be the Lovepedal Elephant man, which is based on the mu-amp bad bob boost.

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Screen Shot 2019-04-26 at 13.59.40.png
Ok the pictures have dissapeared because the member was pressured by the builder to remove them.

https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index ... s.1278111/
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modman wrote:
Screen Shot 2019-04-26 at 13.59.40.png
Ok the pictures have dissapeared because the member was pressured by the builder to remove them.

https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index ... s.1278111/

Wow, the builder is really lucky this thread did not receive that much attention, could lead to Streisand effect :twisted:

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Wow, the builder is really lucky this thread did not receive that much attention, could lead to Streisand effect :twisted:
I hope so! :twisted: :secret:

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Post by fuzzbunny »

I glanced casually at the photos when they were originally posted.

'SRV in a box' is a questionable claim to fame....and I wasn't disappointed, a couple of IC's.

Ya, you be Stevie wit dat....

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In the music eletronics, there are things in which have been copied over and over again more or les modified.
Who copies fears he will be copied, such is live.
Don't worry!
I think that most of the musicans are not hobbyist they prefer to buy its pedals in the music shops an keep businesses running.

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Post by Frank_NH »

FYI - A vero layout of the Jerseygirl Fulltender is available here...

http://tagboardeffects.blogspot.com/201 ... r.html?m=1

Also read this thread:

https://www.freestompboxes.org/viewtopic.ph ... &hilit=SRV

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Post by Sidneychan »

Anyone can please please pm or post the lost layout or circuit to me...... Many many many thx

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