Ibanez - FL-305 Flanger

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Need schematics? Contact me.

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Why not just post them here?

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IggY wrote:Why not just post them here?
At this time I can only give them by email. This is an obsolete computer with no acrobat, not even paint and definitely no schematic drawing program that is needed.

The IC's are: SN72L022; MCI4013B; SAD1024A;
The Transistors are: 2SC828Q; 2SA564R;
The Diodes are: IN5231;

It is possible to cook one nowadays?

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It is possible to cook one nowadays?
If you find a SAD1024A: yes
SN 72L022 = TL 022
The rest is standard.

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Schematic, anyone? I've got one on the bench which is so far out of calibration, it's not even funny.

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Did anyone in the end here get a schematic? I am looking for it. Please let me know.

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I got one in a trade. Very nice pedal, sounds incredible!
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Curious that 2 pins (4-13) that should go to GND are connected to output... :scratch:

The rest is a MXR M117 clone with tweaked parts, the setting procedure should be the same...

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Maybe I overlooked a small trace between 4/13 and ground. I'll check it again!
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Fender3D wrote: .....
The rest is a MXR M117 clone with tweaked parts, the setting procedure should be the same...
I like those japanese engineers. Obviously in 1976 they were even able to clone something which didn't exist.
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