Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1  [schematic]

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Zoom Trimetal !

Postby andregarcia57 » 12 Dec 2008, 17:43

The Best of Metal ! :twisted:

Attached all the details, schematic, pcb and layout.

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Re: Zoom Trimetal !

Postby briggs » 12 Dec 2008, 17:49

Great post! got you in the right forum section now though 8)
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Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1  [schematic]

Postby ksenanekro » 15 Apr 2015, 16:33

schematic here

http://www.experimentalistsanonymous.co ... imetal.jpg


not verified yet

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Re: zoom trimetal TM-1 veroboard

Postby friedtransistor » 23 Apr 2015, 16:35

Holy crap! And here I was, thinking the schematic was complex... This is just insane. Now if only I had the money to make one... Best sounding distortion ever!

Btw, did you design the layout yourself? Cause I am very impressed. Although I bet thing this would be a bitch to debug...
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Re: zoom trimetal TM-1 veroboard

Postby ksenanekro » 26 Apr 2015, 16:57

thanks man!
yeap. i designed the vero layout.it's the biggest i've ever drew!
i believe this layout matches with the shematic. if the schem is ok (i hope!!!!) we won't need debuging!!!

waiting for dual pots to try this...though i'm not at all a distortion guy, i feel like after 4 days of drawing this, this is something like a child to me, and i have to raise it...!!!
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby modman » 26 Apr 2015, 20:17

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Here's what the layout verifier Google has to say about the schematic: it's probably verified.
there already was a verified layout: http://elkit.web.id/2011/04/zoom-tri-metal-tm-01/
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby ksenanekro » 29 Apr 2015, 12:52

thanks modman!
i have a question on this.
do you have any idea what to do with that "0k" resistor?
should we replace it with a link?
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby friedtransistor » 29 Apr 2015, 14:39

Imho 0R is a link. I have a crybaby wah that has a 0R in it, and I'm tempted to just switch it out for a small piece of wire.
Now, I may be wrong, so if someone who knows this stuff better than I do (which would be anyone else :roll: ) posts, I will accept correction.
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby Blitz Krieg » 04 May 2015, 09:00

0 ohm resistor is used in an automated assembly process. easier to handle than a wire jumper.
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby friedtransistor » 04 May 2015, 13:12

Blitz Krieg wrote:0 ohm resistor is used in an automated assembly process. easier to handle than a wire jumper.

Ah, that makes sense. :slap:
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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby Ichabod_Crane » 26 Mar 2018, 15:40

Up!

Old topic, old pedal.
Someone has verified that veroboard layout?

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Re: Zoom - Tri-Metal TM-1

Postby caspercody » 26 Mar 2018, 17:20

Anyway to get a cleaner looking copy of the vero board?
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