Coron - Funk Box different models

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Coron - Funk Box different models

Postby DiscoFreq » 26 Sep 2008, 16:46

Or more, or less...

Coron Funk Box 90
Coron Funk Box 95
Sanox 32SX Cross Over II (I once replaced the battery connector by a connector...)

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the Funk Box 95 and Sanox Cross Over II seem to be the same and have some more parts than the Funk Box 90

I would like to see some pictures like this of the Coron Cross Over 85, Memphis Freq Attack, Memphis Wah Attack and Memphis Attack Trigger to see how different the Cross Over 85 is (it's also an envelope filter, the Cross Over 80 is an LFO filter) and which Memphis relates to which Coron pedal...
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Re: Find the 5 differences (Coron Funk Box & family)

Postby analogguru » 26 Sep 2008, 17:13

Many thanks for the guts....
Am I allowed to participate on that contest ? :roll: :wink:

The funny thing is that they are built on phaser boards.

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Re: Find the 5 differences (Coron Funk Box & family)

Postby DiscoFreq » 26 Sep 2008, 17:18

analogguru wrote:Many thanks for the guts....
Am I allowed to participate on that contest ? :roll: :wink:

The funny thing is that they are built on phaser boards.

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I should check some other Coron pedals, but maybe they used the same board for the whole series?

And of course you can win uhm... participate ;)
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Re: Find the 5 differences (Coron Funk Box & family)

Postby Nikifena » 26 Sep 2008, 20:37

^ Proffesional pcb :applause: - one pcb for all effects ;)
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Re: Find the 5 differences (Coron Funk Box & family)

Postby jreeves47 » 13 May 2018, 23:28

DiscoFreq wrote:
analogguru wrote:Many thanks for the guts....
Am I allowed to participate on that contest ? :roll: :wink:

The funny thing is that they are built on phaser boards.

analogguru

I should check some other Coron pedals, but maybe they used the same board for the whole series?

And of course you can win uhm... participate ;)


i think that board is also the phase 55 and tremolo modulator

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