It's the old adage, best become a dealer to support your habit.
My plans for a small-scale modular fabrication lab in my garage are in full swing. My MyDIYCNC kit is half built, hopefully finished over the weekend. Below is my first modular PCB design. It's a true spring reverb driver module. It drives the sound through a widely available spring reverb tank like the MOD 9EB2C1B Reverb Tank
from Amazon, with adjustable EQ, mix, and drive settings.
I did not design the circuit, it came from this muffwiggler forum thread
. I plan on releasing the EAGLE design files to the public once this is finished!
Some pictures! (Sorry for thumbnails, it's that or the wide images break my blogger template)
Before selling modules I need to sort out an HPLV spray gun & compressor tank for painting the metal panels before etching, but other than that it's all things I've done before. Exciting!
After this I think my next module will be a true tube overdrive/distortion, then some classic filters. I'm looking to build an tonally incomparable FX rack :)
Interested in purchasing any of my built modules? Contact me!
Labels: diy, synths