Kingsley Bard - great tube bias tremolo pedal

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Re: Kingsley Bard - great tube bias tremolo pedal

Postby vintagecharlie » 11 Mar 2017, 03:25

ppluis0 wrote:The question arising is what that transistor is used for... :hmmm:


Seems like the transistor is connected to the psu?
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Re: Kingsley Bard - great tube bias tremolo pedal

Postby p.eat » 11 Mar 2017, 20:05

It is probably a Mosfet, something like a LND 150. It can be used to replace a triode section. That would meen there are three sections available: two for the oscilator and buffer and one as a gain stage. Just like the vibro champ ;-)
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Re: Kingsley Bard - great tube bias tremolo pedal

Postby vintagecharlie » 11 Mar 2017, 21:35

Here's an update of the gut shot with some more components identified and some more guess-work.
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