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Barry
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Layout by Bruce R.

The ColorTone Supa Fuzz circuit is based on the original Colorsound™ Supa Fuzz Tonebender. With unique tone control and classic fuzz used by the likes of Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck you can nail those early Zep style tones and more.


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Demo uses a Telecaster over a Backing Track.

 

Dimensions - 1.95" x 1.78"

 

Build Document

* Attention Build Document updated 5/10/15.

If you built this already or are planning to please see latest build document.

 



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March 4, 2015 at 4:27 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Barry
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Final Update

This clarifies how to properly use the board transistors. Q1 - Q4

Again no problem with the board, it is simply a matter of paying attention to the Pinout of the transistors that you wish to use. Always google the datasheets. The original calls for BC546 which you can still find on the webs, but if you choose to use the more common and cheaper 2N5088s etc... you simply reverse the transistor as per shown on the boards silkscreen.


That's it.

May 11, 2015 at 12:10 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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