Ludwig Phase II vero.

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Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby digi2t » 09 Apr 2013, 16:51

I said i would do it, so here it is;

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Unverified until built, but matches the verified schematic from R.G. Keen's build document. Should work fine. Use the GEOFEX build document for all the off board wiring, and for the switches, pots, and whatever else that isn't on the vero BOM.

NOTE: I used two 100uF caps in the power section, instead of four 47uF caps as required in the build doc. Use whatever suits you, spacewise. I'm also using 1 watt resistors for the LED's, instead of all those 1/4 watters in the build doc.

Everything here is also available here; http://www.aronnelson.com/gallery/main.php/v/digi2t/veros/Ludwig+Phase+II/.

That's it... I'm stickin' a fork in this sucker. :cheers
No matter how many times I cut it, it`s STILL too short!

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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby kaycee » 09 Apr 2013, 19:09

The sooner they lock you up and throw away the key, the better, you lunatic :wink:

I'm not even thinking about starting this till I get the Project V going.
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby digi2t » 09 Apr 2013, 21:51

kaycee wrote:The sooner they lock you up and throw away the key, the better, you lunatic :wink: .


Yeah, but they'll have to pry the DIYLC out of my cold, stiff, dead hand.
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby hozy31 » 29 Jul 2015, 20:28

Has anyone had a go at making this thing yet as I am slowly aquiring the parts? Fascinated by this one!
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby digi2t » 30 Jul 2015, 03:36

hozy31 wrote:Has anyone had a go at making this thing yet as I am slowly aquiring the parts? Fascinated by this one!


Not to my knowledge.
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby pinkjimiphoton » 23 Dec 2016, 01:39

damn,
it's gonna take a big enclosure!!!
i have one dino built for me, cuz he is my brother and an awesome human being..
but i may take a crack at this one of these days for shits n giggles.
it would be a blast to try and pull it off!! ;)
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby PMowdes » 08 May 2017, 09:03

hozy31 wrote:Has anyone had a go at making this thing yet as I am slowly aquiring the parts? Fascinated by this one!


Hozy, we need to petition Jimi, Dino and Mr Keen to kindly agree to doing another run of PCB's. :wink:

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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby hozy31 » 09 May 2017, 19:10

Phil, i did build this on vero and never managed to get it going and have left it for about a year and half. Stills sits in front of me everyday like its teasing me.I know i have wiring issues with the switches but the schematic blows my brain every time i look at it :shock: Not to say i've given up on it, its now a case of audio probing and i'm just not looking forward to doing it :roll: If anyone could figure out the wiring to all the switches this would certainly help my debugging before audio probing?
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby hozy31 » 09 May 2017, 19:12

Sorry, should have added if another PCB run was on the cards i would still take one :D .
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Re: Ludwig Phase II vero.

Postby hozy31 » 09 May 2017, 19:37

Also, i did open a thread at GuitarFX layouts where i updated the vero so i cold visualise it better and tried to add the switching arrangements but i failed :oops: . Just search for the beast in the forum.

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