briggs wrote:Hey Paul - you ever tried running the timmy on a bi-polar supply?
paulc wrote:briggs wrote:Hey Paul - you ever tried running the timmy on a bi-polar supply?
Yeah - I've messed around alot with that. One thing I was digging into was using a higher voltage/bi-polar supply with the output amp while using a normal 9 vdc supply for the clipping stage. You need separate ops for this, but you can find some cool things by being able to use the "best" opamp at the "best" voltage for it's given job instead of using one op at one voltage for everyting.
And before it gets said... this is not an original idea. Just something to dink with.
Tim & timmy pedals
eleanor296 wrote:sch929 wrote:wow, what a long thread.
yeah... in the middle of it I almost felt like being back on TGP...
not a nice feeling.
Glad the clouds cleared though!
And hey, Paul, because of this thread, you might just have a new customer.
railhead wrote:When I try to find the "definitive Timmy schematic," I keep getting the YATS thread -- but then I read that that's not the schematic for the Timmy.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
4. Search Function: use it before anything else, your question might already have been answered before.
5. Subject of Post: Don't hesistate to attach similar problems to older threads already discussing the subject, keep the info centralized.
What has changed from the previous version? I mean, other than the Timmy.
madbean wrote:What has changed from the previous version? I mean, other than the Timmy.
Mr. G. wrote:I apologize if this has already been discussed, but I don't remember reading it... How does the 4559 differ from the 4558? If a 4558 was used in this circuit, how much difference would it make?
tonefreak wrote:IMO, you are totally underestimating the importance of your brand. Many more people want a Paul Cochrane built pedal than a clone...