Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)  [schematic]

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Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)  [schematic]

Postby GuitarManiac32 » 12 Aug 2010, 16:52

Hi!

I promised to put the schematic here already some days ago, but didn´t have enough time. So, here it is... if there is a thread about this pedal, moderators could move the schematic there or something.
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Re: Guyatone Tube Echo TD-X (Flip Series)

Postby Marko9801 » 02 Nov 2010, 10:25

Hi, I've just received this pedal, used... It obviously has a problem, the echo sound is clipping to the extreme... I don't mean the slight distorting of the delay signal that is normal, but simply clipping too loud...
When analog knob is anywhere over 0 it is distorting, but even "Tape" knob clips too much on the low E string...

What is most common for this problem? Faulty tube or should I return it today? I've tried with 2 different DC12V adaptors with the same clipping result... Please help, this pedal is too expensive too be this lousy sounding! :cry:
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Re: Guyatone Tube Echo TD-X (Flip Series)

Postby Marko9801 » 18 Nov 2010, 14:44

Marko9801 wrote:Hi, I've just received this pedal, used... It obviously has a problem, the echo sound is clipping to the extreme... I don't mean the slight distorting of the delay signal that is normal, but simply clipping too loud...
When analog knob is anywhere over 0 it is distorting, but even "Tape" knob clips too much on the low E string...

What is most common for this problem? Faulty tube or should I return it today? I've tried with 2 different DC12V adaptors with the same clipping result... Please help, this pedal is too expensive too be this lousy sounding! :cry:


Nevermind, it wasn't the pedal it was my 10W solid state amp... Played it on three other amps, tube amps, with no problem...
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby nyklus » 31 Dec 2012, 18:56

hello, can you repost this schematic? i can find it anywhere.
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby Fredenando » 31 Dec 2012, 21:30

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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby sadrew » 04 Jun 2013, 22:15

please repost?
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby madmotoscooter » 21 Mar 2014, 21:45

Bump. Please re-post.
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby Fredenando » 22 Mar 2014, 03:42

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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby Goldsoundz » 22 Mar 2014, 10:53

i love this pedal, but I get the repeats bleeding through to the bypassed clean signal when they're oscillating, and the indicated led starts to light up a bit. Any thoughts?
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby Goldsoundz » 06 Dec 2016, 10:20

The schem and layout dont seem have component values. Also, does anyone know what the delay chip is in this thing (and any other delays that might use it)?
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Re: Guyatone - TD-X Tube Echo (Flip Series)

Postby toby2 » 07 Jan 2017, 13:25

Does anyone out there have a schematic for this pedal ? Someone used the wrong power supply on mine and fried a chip or a transistor . A schematic for this pedal would be really help in troubleshooting this old effector . Thanks for your time !
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