Pete Cornish - NG-2

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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby JOHNO » 20 Jun 2011, 16:46

Oh FFS $1,750? Really?
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby silverface » 20 Jun 2011, 18:11

That's insane. By the way, that looks more like the G2 pcb that DirkH degooped for us. But it looks like silicons diodes in there, so it's likely a P1 or P2..
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby lolbou » 20 Jun 2011, 20:32

And no buffering in it?
- Are you a mod or a rocker?
- Uh, no, I'm a mocker.
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby pervyinthepark » 21 Jul 2018, 08:31

Does anyone want to work on setting up a new tracers fund..?
In Lou Reeds memory?
I love the NG Fuzz sound he gets on Like A Possum. Its insane and kind of unique yet something that's always been there, ay?
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby palelight » 08 Nov 2018, 22:42

pervyinthepark wrote:Does anyone want to work on setting up a new tracers fund..?
In Lou Reeds memory?
I love the NG Fuzz sound he gets on Like A Possum. Its insane and kind of unique yet something that's always been there, ay?


Because I've been chasing that Like a Possum sound for so long, I'm willing to pledge $100 toward a tracer's fund to get this one moving. Anyone else?
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby roseblood11 » 08 Nov 2018, 23:02

The description might give a hint that it's similar to a Tone Bender with an added output stage. Maybe similar to the mu amp stage in a Catalinbread Formula No. 5, which delivers a similar "dying amp" sound.
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby pervyinthepark » 08 Nov 2018, 23:09

Probably is, but it's hard to know what exactly we're looking at, let alone exact modifications made, without delving further. I vote we do it!
We have a pledge of $100, earlier in the thread there was at least $20 but that was years ago so lets forget it, and also Ivlark and the bois at tagboardeffects said they're willing to do degooping work and etc.
I will be making EagleCAD PCB designs and will give out ZIPs of the CAD files. My design is going to be board-mount potentiometers and wired switches and jacks, single PCB.
I would also donate some amount of money but am financially a little tied up at the moment so I'm holding my statement of fiscal contribution back until I know confidentially how much I can put forth.

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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby FeVeR2112 » 10 Nov 2018, 18:42

I just ordered the "Nugget Fuzz" board from Robert at Pedalpcb.com. It is based on the NG-2. No schematic up yet but...

https://www.pedalpcb.com/product/nugget/

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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby palelight » 10 Nov 2018, 23:54

FeVeR2112 wrote:I just ordered the "Nugget Fuzz" board from Robert at Pedalpcb.com. It is based on the NG-2. No schematic up yet but...

https://www.pedalpcb.com/product/nugget/


Thanks for the heads up. Just snagged one, worth a shot anyway. I'd figured, given some of the ungooped gutshots posted earlier, that there'd be some germanium transistors in the final (speculated tonebender-ish) gain stage. Interesting. The schem on the build guide has some tonebender-isms going on. At least it's not a big muff...
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby snofla1900 » Yesterday, 11:02

If you look below the info you'll see a "download build docs"- there's the info how to build it as welll as the schematic !

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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby roseblood11 » Yesterday, 20:26

Who will post the first vero layout? Should fit in a 1590B
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Re: Pete Cornish - NG-2

Postby alltrax » Today, 14:22

roseblood11 wrote:Who will post the first vero layout? Should fit in a 1590B

anders posted one at Guitar FX Layouts, not verified
http://guitar-fx-layouts.42897.x6.nabble.com/Cornish-NG-2-td44578.html
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