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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Great job, looks really tidy to me. Can't wait to give it a test run if that's still all good!
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Early start to the day since the cat was squawking around the house all night to thank us for the 10 days in a cattery :mad:, so figured I'd knock this Suhr Riot Reloaded together. Sounds pretty beefy, especially with the switch in max gain mode. The KOT ate up the last of my JRC4580's so used NE5532 OP amps instead.
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That breakout board looks good for the switch, will have to order one next time i get one from there.

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Candeevr4 wrote:That breakout board looks good for the switch, will have to order one next time i get one from there.
I have a spare one here if ya need one.
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Pedalpcb for the win.

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Candeevr4 wrote:That breakout board looks good for the switch, will have to order one next time i get one from there.
I have a spare one here if ya need one.
Thanks, ill tough it out on the muffler ive just ordered as i missed it.. lol its similar to the Aion one, but that one has flying leads that go to plugs on the board. :)

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NippleWrestler wrote:Pedalpcb for the win.
Said it before, but they do a great job. The Disarray (Riot clone) build docs were missing the schematics, so I e-mailed them and within 30 mins they replied with them attached. Love getting getting good service.
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I had a look at that website last night... blimey! What a collection!

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And new ones every few days. There's also a wish list on their forum where you can request certain pedals.

I've been through other PCBs from fuzzdog, aion, tayda, but pedalpcbs are far and away the nicest designed and nicest to look at. I think it helps to sell them down the line too when the insides are clean and mostly symmetrical like their boards are.

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