This tube sound fuzz mods circuit is taken from the book of Electronic Projects for Musicians by Craig Andertons. This circuit applies a CD4049 Hex inverter, which consists of six inverting units. Only two are being used in this circuit, so the others are disabled by connecting their inputs to the positive voltage source and… Read More »
Here the circuit diagram of octave fuzz guitar effect pedal. This guitar effect unit is great sounding octave fuzz, with an optional mode of just fuzz. The fuzz is really a absolutely rectified signal and is fairly chewy. For some the Fuzz alone could possibly not be loud enough, this could be fixed by raising… Read More »
The Univibe is actually a footpedal-operated phaser or phase shifter for generating chorus and vibrato simulations for electric organ or guitar. It was introduced in the 1960s by Shin-ei, and was intended to emulate the “Doppler sound” of a Leslie speaker. Although not a really successful Leslie-simulator, the Univibe has turn out to be an… Read More »
This is the circuit diagram of Univox Super-Fuzz Pedal. This pedal is actually a 69-to-early 70″s design that consists of two special capabilities. They are the octave generation effect from the differential-pair-with-collectors -tied-together along with the option of just a clipping amplifier or a 1kHz notch for different sounds.
This is the circuit diagram of Vox Tone Bender Pedal. The circuit is very similar to Fuzz Face pedal. The Vox ToneBender will have a lot more treble response than the Fuzz Face…maybe to help brighten up those characteristically “dark” sounding British amps some. Using a Vox ToneBender with a Fender Twin, or any other… Read More »