Analogman - King of Tone  [traced]

General documentation, gut shot, schematic links, ongoing circuit tracing, deep thoughts ... all about boutique stompboxes.

Postby DougH » 15 Nov 2007, 21:31

then 2 pins from 5 to 7


And that's just a typical shunt configuration which is referenced to Vr instead of DC ground.
DougH
Transistor Tuner
 
Posts: 1104
Joined: 18 Aug 2007, 05:53
Has thanked: 4 times
Have thanks: 23 times

Postby axiss » 20 Nov 2007, 05:18

Sorry guys, didn't want to hijack the thread, let's get back to KOT please! :lol:

BTW: I don't know how his JTM45 is modded, I just know it was modded and didn't sound good to me, but you must count I'm more into Fender amps AND I was listening to great Fender-like tone just before the JTM came in (with the same player, same pedals and all). Keep in mind the cabinet may also be the bad guy there, dunno, I presume there were a pair of Weber spkrs into a lame cab...
(EDIT: I know the close relation between a tweed era Bassman and a JTM45, but that Marshall really sounded VERY Marshally, maybe the mods, the reissue, poor speakers (no lows), dunno... Nothing resembled Leo's stuff there.)
Anyway, I just wanted to remind that things don't have to sound good, for most people the hype makes anything sound good and better than anything else. No mojo there, no special tricks, no rare components, no big marketing, just old hype, "smart talk", BS or just name it.
I suppose it's just Jim's time and I'll have to wait for Leo's revenge! :twisted:

Back to KOT! :oops:
axiss
Breadboard Brother
 
Posts: 76
Joined: 31 Aug 2007, 03:49
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 0 time

Postby seniorLoco » 27 Nov 2007, 03:24

Image
User avatar
seniorLoco
Resistor Ronker
 
Posts: 343
Joined: 05 Nov 2007, 10:43
Location: ASIA
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 10 times

Postby 22uf » 28 Dec 2007, 19:45

pcb goodness...


link removed by analogguru (on Sunday 30, 2007 at 18:17 GMT) due the request of the owner of the photobucket-album
Last edited by 22uf on 30 Dec 2007, 08:54, edited 2 times in total.
22uf
 
Posts: 32
Joined: 19 Aug 2007, 03:52
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 2 times

Postby analogguru » 28 Dec 2007, 19:50

22uf wrote:pcb goodness...

link removed by analogguru (on Sunday 30, 2007 at 18:17 GMT) due the request of the owner of the photobucket-album


:shock: :shock: :shock:

Thanks.... but from where did you get that.....?
Ok, ok, ok... I will not ask again....

analogguru
Last edited by analogguru on 30 Dec 2007, 19:26, edited 4 times in total.
There´s a sucker born every minute - and too many of them end up in the bootweak pedal biz.
analogguru
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 3285
Joined: 26 Jun 2007, 14:58
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 116 times

Postby 22uf » 28 Dec 2007, 19:51

analogguru wrote: :shock: :shock: :shock:

Thanks.... but from where did you get that.....?
Ok, ok, ok... I will not ask again....

analogguru
Last edited by 22uf on 30 Dec 2007, 09:18, edited 1 time in total.
22uf
 
Posts: 32
Joined: 19 Aug 2007, 03:52
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 2 times

Postby analogguru » 28 Dec 2007, 20:04

saved and updated link too.... :wink:

analogguru
There´s a sucker born every minute - and too many of them end up in the bootweak pedal biz.
analogguru
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 3285
Joined: 26 Jun 2007, 14:58
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 116 times

Postby analogmike » 28 Dec 2007, 23:04

poor joke with smily face that nobody seemed to see is deleted
Last edited by analogmike on 30 Dec 2007, 20:56, edited 1 time in total.
analogmike
 
Posts: 7
Joined: 01 Nov 2007, 03:27
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 0 time

Postby bajaman » 28 Dec 2007, 23:08

analogmike wrote:Looks like Mr. Keeley is on the board, will see his next pedal soon
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
Thanks Mike - I wondered who 22uf was :wink:
bajaman
User avatar
bajaman
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 4264
Joined: 26 Jun 2007, 22:18
Location: New Brighton, Christchurch, NZ
Has thanked: 413 times
Have thanks: 1401 times

Postby bajaman » 28 Dec 2007, 23:14

Thanks for being transparent Mike - not like some of the others - e.g. Chas Johnston (Mike Fuller).
So far only you and Geoffrey Teese are willing to participate on this forum using your real names. You both have respect from many of us here. :wink:
Cheers
Steve Bartlett - bajaman
User avatar
bajaman
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 4264
Joined: 26 Jun 2007, 22:18
Location: New Brighton, Christchurch, NZ
Has thanked: 413 times
Have thanks: 1401 times

Postby analogguru » 29 Dec 2007, 00:05

Didn´t know that so many good friends meet here in this forum:

Bob Burt and Clay Jones and John Landgraff.....
Analogmike and Robert Keeley..... :roll:

This can become an interesting new year..... :twisted:

So what´s up with this new Keeley pedal ?
Any guts ? schematics ?

analogguru
There´s a sucker born every minute - and too many of them end up in the bootweak pedal biz.
analogguru
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 3285
Joined: 26 Jun 2007, 14:58
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 116 times

Postby Goop_buster » 29 Dec 2007, 00:41

bajaman wrote:Thanks for being transparent Mike - not like some of the others - e.g. Chas Johnston (Mike Fuller).
So far only you and Geoffrey Teese are willing to participate on this forum using your real names. You both have respect from many of us here. :wink:
Cheers
Steve Bartlett - bajaman


To be fair there are several more builders that has shared information and
used their correct name or proper identification. Björn Juhl, Paul C, Devi Ever, Brian Marshall, Himmelstrutz (Fetto) and Skreddy to mention a few.
User avatar
Goop_buster
Solder Soldier
 
Posts: 247
Joined: 22 Jul 2007, 23:31
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 5 times

Postby theyear2042 » 29 Dec 2007, 05:03

analogmike wrote:Looks like Mr. Keeley is on the board, will see his next pedal soon ;)


am, send me gut shots and i'll do the dirty work :twisted:


mwhahahahahahahahah

kt!
theyear2042
Breadboard Brother
 
Posts: 67
Joined: 02 Oct 2007, 11:08
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 0 time

Postby modman » 29 Dec 2007, 22:19

Ahum! Back on topic now.
Everybody had their say and additional mud slinging will have to take place in the Big Catfight thread. As usual... if you don't find your message here, check the above thread.


22uf wrote:pcb goodness...
Image
"The whole point of diy is diy. It's not dsoiyathodtr - do some of it yourself and then have others do the rest" (paulc)
User avatar
modman
a d m i n
 
Posts: 4298
Joined: 19 Jun 2007, 17:57
Has thanked: 3107 times
Have thanks: 546 times

Postby soulsonic » 29 Dec 2007, 22:53

oh boy... I'm really glad I have no idea what's going on in this thread. :lol:
User avatar
soulsonic
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 3530
Joined: 27 Jun 2007, 04:38
Location: Buffalo, NY
Has thanked: 56 times
Have thanks: 268 times

Postby PlayerofPlexis » 30 Dec 2007, 01:01

Hey, what happened to Mike's, uh I mean my thread?
PlayerofPlexis
 
Posts: 29
Joined: 10 Oct 2007, 19:12
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 2 times

Postby soulsonic » 30 Dec 2007, 01:07

PlayerofPlexis wrote:Hey, what happened to Mike's, uh I mean my thread?


It got Moved

All the off-topic fighting always gets dumped in that thread eventually.
User avatar
soulsonic
Old Solderhand
 
Posts: 3530
Joined: 27 Jun 2007, 04:38
Location: Buffalo, NY
Has thanked: 56 times
Have thanks: 268 times

Postby Lovepedal Detective » 30 Dec 2007, 01:29

Is there still this Analog Man vs Keeley grade school name calling bullshit going on? How weak is that. Two guys who mod pedals arguing like little boys.

Why would Keeley feel the need to copy the KOT? It no secret what the circuit really is Mike. I made my own and call it the King of Clone. It's a nice sounding modded Blues Breaker. I'm sure Keeley has better things to do than copy your stuff. If you are really worried about it, maybe you could ramp up production a little and get more out on the street? Or would you rather keep up high demand?

LPD
Lovepedal Detective
Breadboard Brother
 
Posts: 121
Joined: 08 Nov 2007, 21:01
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 3 times

Postby snail » 30 Dec 2007, 01:53

Just finished mine! And I really love it! Called it the King of Spades!
I decided to leave the trimpot outside, as well as the other 2 diodes switchers, so it's a 4 knober 2 togler pedal!
I didn't have any fancy diodes so I sticked to the old 4148s, when I find the propper ones I'm sure gona give it a try!

So, good on Analog Man, very nice pedal!

I drilled the box, painted it, designed and etched the pcb, soldered everything together, debuged it (didn't fire the first time :cry: ) and got it rocking, all in 2 days!!
Ok, I'm on hollidays, but seriously Mike, one men op, one box, 2 days.
How many KOTs do you and your team roll off each day (can be a monthly average, coz I know there must be KOT days, Sun Face days, Beano days and everything else!). Just out of curiosity really! :D

snail
snail
Solder Soldier
 
Posts: 202
Joined: 30 Aug 2007, 01:41
Has thanked: 0 time
Have thanks: 1 time

Postby modman » 30 Dec 2007, 06:01

snail wrote:Just finished mine! And I really love it! Called it the King of Spades!
I decided to leave the trimpot outside, as well as the other 2 diodes switchers, so it's a 4 knober 2 togler pedal!
I didn't have any fancy diodes so I sticked to the old 4148s, when I find the propper ones I'm sure gona give it a try!

So, good on Analog Man, very nice pedal!

I drilled the box, painted it, designed and etched the pcb, soldered everything together, debuged it (didn't fire the first time :cry: ) and got it rocking, all in 2 days!!
Ok, I'm on hollidays, but seriously Mike, one men op, one box, 2 days.
How many KOTs do you and your team roll off each day (can be a monthly average, coz I know there must be KOT days, Sun Face days, Beano days and everything else!). Just out of curiosity really! :D

snail


Thanks for reporting on your build, snail! With all the shit that going on we would forget to that this is a completed project already.

Did you use the verolayout?
"The whole point of diy is diy. It's not dsoiyathodtr - do some of it yourself and then have others do the rest" (paulc)
User avatar
modman
a d m i n
 
Posts: 4298
Joined: 19 Jun 2007, 17:57
Has thanked: 3107 times
Have thanks: 546 times

PreviousNext

Return to Boutique Stompboxes dissected...

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: timppa and 4 guests

cron