Dallas Arbiter into Crybaby hybrid

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Dallas Arbiter into Crybaby hybrid

Postby L Bell » 11 Sep 2015, 13:13

Did anyone else see my overview of my conversion of a crybaby (1970) into a wah /fuzz using a hand made copy of a fuzz face?

If anyone wants to see it, answer here and i will recover the info. It really sounded sweet, and bright. (favorite setting / toe down).

In the meantime, can someone tell me, what is the significance of the 'lower case' letters on the front of the old crybaby? I also have an inferior-sounding Vox model, from the late 80s. It has capital letters on the name plate. Thanks.
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Re: Dallas Arbiter into Crybaby hybrid

Postby L Bell » 10 Oct 2015, 12:10

Is there a decent schematic of the 1969 - 1972 Fuzz Face somewhere?

I found a hand written board layout, but the parts list is missing.

Also made a clone of an LPB-1, linear power booster. Used to use it to drive un-hot rodded amps.
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Re: Dallas Arbiter into Crybaby hybrid

Postby L Bell » 10 Oct 2015, 12:17

L Bell wrote:Is there a decent schematic of the 1969 - 1972 Fuzz Face somewhere?

I found a hand written board layout, but the parts list is missing.

Also made a clone of an LPB-1, linear power booster. Used to use it to drive un-hot rodded amps.

Found a good fuzz face schema at http://www.fuzzcentral.ssguitar.com/fuzzface.php
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