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Barry
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Doctor Rock - Layout Designed by Tonmann


An Articulate Full Stack Tone in a Box!

Easily achieved Medium to High Gain Tones that do not change the sound of the Guitar you are using.

Make your amp sound like an 80's Marshall or Hot Rod version with ease.

Simple to use Volume, Gain and Tone knobs designed to be far more Articulate and Big sounding than your average Tubescreamer. Lots of 70's and 80's Tones in this circuit just waiting for you to Rip It Out.

Excellent for both Rythym playing or doing those Rock God style Guitar solos with ease.


Dr. Rock Demo by Barry

This is a basic Demo using a Les Paul into a Fender Twin with some Reverb.


Doctor Rock Demo - by T-Diddy

This Demo uses Doctor Rock on both Rhythm and Lead Guitars over a Backing Track.


Doctor Rock Build Document


Always use the Forum's Layout Gallery Page for each individual circuit for the most information, mods and tips, that are not contained in the basic build document above.


Board Dimensions (W x H) 1.72” x 1.52” ca. 43.5 mm x 38.7 mm


Finished Build Thread:

http://www.guitarpcb.com/apps/forums/topics/show/9535247


Mod for Doctor Rock by Olli:

 


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