mmolteratx wrote:absolutely zero commercial use allowed. If I find anyone selling these, I'll fly to your house and kick you in the nads. And you may or may not find yourself in trouble.
Tone-Analyst wrote:Ok thx! I sort of guessed that this was a "dangerous" spot but it may have been there for a few seconds. If the pedal still works and sound normal can I assume they were not damaged?
Another thing, with the recommended 8.2k on Q2 collector I only get 1.1 volts. To get a decent 4.5v the resistance on my pot is 4.3k. While on Q1 the total opposite, I got 2.0v which is twice what it should be with a 33k resistor. Isn't it odd? I thought that using identical transistors that they would have the same trend, both too high or too low.
I'm using old Si transistors that I pulled from early 70's electronics, they looked cool with rounded metal helmets
Matsushita 2SC645 (C) if it means anything..
Also I read that adjusting the 8.2k on Q2 collector was not the best way to bias, because it altered the sound of the circuit. That the best way is to adjust the 1k at the emitter, of course being a pot it's a bit more trouble.. any truth?
Another thing that bothers me is that my gain pot does nothing until the last bit, soubds like i got a log pot there instead of linear right? I bought it as a linear but there's no marking on it..
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