BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby SPeter » 16 Dec 2009, 17:32

downthemachine wrote:http://www.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/pdf/48364/AD/AD797.html
Just thought i'd share the data sheet for the AD797, i'm impressed. but its what's
expected from Analog Devices, IMO


I can,t open it, so here it is for all the others!
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby Magnus290 » 18 Dec 2009, 13:59

Hi!

Is there anyone that has this Mighty red pedal and who can take some gutshots. Im willing to give it a shot to trace this pedal. Hope there is anyone that have the possibillity to take those pics. It looks like a very interesting design in my eyes with a single extreme low noice op and then only trannies to follow.

Best regards // Magnus
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby grilled cheese » 15 Jul 2011, 21:00

MP Mighty Red Distortion
[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1832.JPG[/img]

[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1831.JPG[/img]
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby Steven_M » 15 Jul 2011, 21:28

grilled cheese wrote:MP Mighty Red Distortion
[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1832.JPG[/img]

[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1831.JPG[/img]


Almost!

Use the forum option to upload an attachment. This site will host your pictures.
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby grilled cheese » 16 Jul 2011, 21:43

Steven_M wrote:
grilled cheese wrote:MP Mighty Red Distortion
[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1832.JPG[/img]

[img]H:\DCIM\156CASIO\CIMG1831.JPG[/img]


Almost!

Use the forum option to upload an attachment. This site will host your pictures.



I'm sorry
The upload of the photograph failed.

Were you able to decode it whether it was circuit of MP Mighty Red Distortion, whom?

http://proxy.f1.ymdb.yahoofs.jp/users/4bd5ae8e_9323/bc/fac4/__hr_/41a8.jpg?BCJAKmOB8LcEurMa
http://proxy.f1.ymdb.yahoofs.jp/users/4bd5ae8e_9323/bc/fac4/__hr_/7efc.jpg?BCJAKmOB5JXU7WgC
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby mr coffee » 18 Jul 2011, 23:40

BJF wrote:
sadrew wrote:AD797 in DynaRed too?


Hi,

No.

Hm, you know there would be angles that might be fun to discuss on distortion......

I told AD797 was used for a reason......what is the best merit of AD797 just of the datasheet?

Have fun
BJ


The output drive current of 50 ma!!!! Really light up those LEDs and see what softer clipping they can really do!!!!!

And how fast you can run down a 9v battery <grin>
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

Postby rmroza » 19 May 2017, 14:36

I picked up one of these pedals pretty beat up for only $60! I'm looking to trace it. As-is, sounds great, quiet and fantastic rock tone. I think as always some tweaks could make this pedal perfect. Look forward to the design and schematic and identifying improvement ideas. Look for information in the near future.
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Re: BJF - Mighty Red Distortion

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