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Designed and further enhanced by Bruce R. will fit easily into a 1290NS/1590B size enclosure or larger.


Board Dimensions (W x H) 1.36” x 1.36” i.e.: 34.5mm x 34.5mm.


While some may compare the Zenith Overdrive to the Hermida Zendrive™ GuitarPCB.com is in no way affiliated with Hermida and this circuit in no way should be represented as a copy or clone.

After creating a Unique Artistic layout our Engineering Team went over it and tweaked several sections to give it a much different Tonal Flavor while also increasing the available Gain.

All of the information presented here is done with the implicit understanding that no outstanding copyrights or patents are being violated. When an original manufacturer's name or trademark is presented, it remains the property of the current owner (if any), and no connection between GuitarPCB.com and said manufacturer is implied.


Check out the Demo here: DC Zenith Drive Demo


Zenith Drive Build Documents

Check the Forum for answers to many questions before posting a troubleshoot thread.

Do not miss the Easy Pedal Wiring Guide.

Namely the expansive Tips, Tricks and Tutorials section and the consolidated Crash Course Guide.

Also Read This: On- Board 3PDT Wiring

Lastly because of forward voltage a standard blue LED is used in the clipping stage in our design.


Purchase of this Circuit Board is also subject to Membership and Agreement to the Legal Terms set forth here: Legal Terms Link.


Our unique boards are for comparison and education only and are not intended to be represented as clones or copies.

All original copyrights, trademarks, and artworks remain the property of their owners.



Mod Update:

Thanks to Tubenit try his Tim Zee Mod. Please follow the forum rules, and the rules below!!

Disclosure: This is not a clone of anything, nor is it ever to be misrepresented as such!

This is a uninique mash-up mod based on two circuits. GuitarPCB is not affiliated with any commercial company.

The mod is verified, but you must be capable of reading the schematic and doing it on your own.

*There is no forum support for this mod.







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