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Barry
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Disturbance - New Circuit - Must Have!

The Disturbance is a Medium to Heavy Gain Overdrive (board designed by Bruce R.) with three separate clipping options. This is a new GuitarPCB Pro version that has on board potentiometer holes as well as on board toggle switch holes that accepts the more affordable one with sold lugs. This board fits well into a 1590B or larger enclosure.


This wonderful circuit while based off of a known boutique circuit with Riot® like topology has been tweaked thanks to our friend from France for the best possible tones. This is not to be misrepresented as a clone, but is a variant on a theme that we feel really nails a delicious overdrive that almost plays itself.


Best part yet it is so easy to Mod it to your own desired configuration:

Asymmetrical, Symmetrical utilizing many Diode configurations.

Just look at the Build Document and check out the Silkscreen Layer as well as the Schematic.


Here is a Demo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5lz1nU21hQ






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March 24, 2014 at 6:09 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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