Gila_Crisis wrote:I restored the clipping diodes to the original Si, although with Ge the sound it's more close to a Univox Superfuzz, I like better the tightness of Si on the FZ2 (and so I restored R23 and R42 to 10k).
A thing I've done that I suggest you to do is the following: remove R46 and R54 (both 27k) and replace them with 22k, wire one side to the base connections of Q13 and Q14 and the other to the external-lugs of a 10k trim, whose center-lug is wired to ground. Actually this was found on some Superfuzzes as well.
Now with this you can tune the octave/ring-mod effect of the fuzz to be more o less present. Just try it, you won't be disappointed
dread pierat wrote:To mess up your valuable pedal all you need is to reference a Superfuzz schematic and alter the highlighted areas in the attachment accordingly.
Clippers: D4,D5. Change to some nice germaniums.
Notch filter: Cut, replace and jumper.
Then move the output to the output of IC1a.
dread pierat wrote:The schematic and component side picture can be found in the other FZ-2 thread, http://www.freestompboxes.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=10954
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