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JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby bugg » 15 Dec 2017, 20:02

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PCBs are available here: http://www.pedalpcb.com/product/angryandy/

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby roseblood11 » 15 Dec 2017, 22:36

The toggle is a on/off/on, so no clipping diodes in middle position?

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby roseblood11 » 15 Dec 2017, 22:38

Hast du in deiner Finanzplanung ein Plug In für Drums mit drin? Hilft einem sehr beim Ideen sammeln... Ich nutze zB EZdrummer, weil man da schnell im Plug-In eine Songstruktur bauen kann und dann mit einem Click in die DAW übernehmen.
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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby bugg » 16 Dec 2017, 00:22

roseblood11 wrote:The toggle is a on/off/on, so no clipping diodes in middle position?


I do believe that is correct. This should correspond to the 100W mode, described as "cleaner, loud".

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby Scruffie » 16 Dec 2017, 02:51

roseblood11 wrote:Hast du in deiner Finanzplanung ein Plug In für Drums mit drin? Hilft einem sehr beim Ideen sammeln... Ich nutze zB EZdrummer, weil man da schnell im Plug-In eine Songstruktur bauen kann und dann mit einem Click in die DAW übernehmen.

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby Groovenut » 16 Dec 2017, 04:43

bugg wrote:
roseblood11 wrote:The toggle is a on/off/on, so no clipping diodes in middle position?


I do believe that is correct. This should correspond to the 100W mode, described as "cleaner, loud".

I was under the impression that the louder setting were the LEDs , the lowest setting were the Schotky's and the middle setting were mosfets.
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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby bugg » 16 Dec 2017, 13:17

Groovenut wrote:
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roseblood11 wrote:The toggle is a on/off/on, so no clipping diodes in middle position?


I do believe that is correct. This should correspond to the 100W mode, described as "cleaner, loud".

I was under the impression that the louder setting were the LEDs , the lowest setting were the Schotky's and the middle setting were mosfets.


There are no mosfets in the thing. I know the Madbean Turnabout has them, but the AT doesn't.
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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby Groovenut » 16 Dec 2017, 15:35

bugg wrote:
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bugg wrote:
roseblood11 wrote:The toggle is a on/off/on, so no clipping diodes in middle position?


I do believe that is correct. This should correspond to the 100W mode, described as "cleaner, loud".

I was under the impression that the louder setting were the LEDs , the lowest setting were the Schotky's and the middle setting were mosfets.


There are no mosfets in the thing. I know the Madbean Turnabout has them, but the AT doesn't.

Ah I see. Very interesting. Thanks for the info!
There's an assembled board on ebay that claims to be JHS @ that seems to bear this out in the pics.
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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby alexradium » 16 Dec 2017, 15:37

OMG its amazing,what a genius!

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby bugg » 16 Dec 2017, 16:40

I don't have the original in-hand anymore but this is a fairly good pic of the PCB.

The two components at the bottom (D201 and Q200) are part of the LED switching. There are no components on the other side of the board.

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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby Manfred » 16 Dec 2017, 22:42

Scruffie wrote:
roseblood11 wrote:Hast du in deiner Finanzplanung ein Plug In für Drums mit drin? Hilft einem sehr beim Ideen sammeln... Ich nutze zB EZdrummer, weil man da schnell im Plug-In eine Songstruktur bauen kann und dann mit einem Click in die DAW übernehmen.

Mein Deutsch ist schlecht aber das ist nicht verwandt? :scratch: :mrgreen:


Miss the point, I guess text insert by mistake.
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Re: JHS - AT (Andy Timmons) Signature Drive

Postby roseblood11 » 17 Dec 2017, 01:26

Ups, I wanted to post that to another forum. Crappy small smartphone display...
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