The BuGGFX Daydream is a multiband filtered delay. The guitar signal is split into three parallel paths, each with an independent resonant filter applied. This results in multiple layers of cascading harmonic sparkles.
This project includes the required Pythagoras PCB and pre-programmed EEPROM.
Spin FV-1 IC sold separately.
- Time – Adjusts the length of delay time
- Width – Controls the amount of repeats
- Feedback – Controls the amount of repeats
- Mix – Controls the ratio of Wet / Dry signal, from 100% Dry to 100% Wet
- Volume – Sets the overall output volume
- Mode (Toggle Switch) – Toggles between Ascending and Descending modes
- Designed for a 125B enclosure with top-mounted jacks
- Powered by the PedalPCB Pythagoras MultiFX Platform
Previously known as the PedalPCB Kaleidoscope.
Stephan Gilberg (verified owner) –
Excellent trippy sounds, very unique and great for ambient playing together with a reverb etc.
Came together really well, great pcb!
Locrian99 (verified owner) –
Deceptively simple build. The digital chip makes it seem intimidating, but get the pre soldered one and this could be a first build. Very very simple. Great board layout everything flows well. If I had to complain about something it would be a little more space between the 1u mlccs in the middle and wider leg spacing for the 15 to make using an mlcc not funky. But neither of those are real issues.
Built this for someone else, not really something I would’ve built for myself but if you want that ambient sound this will satisfy you. Sounds just like the demos once you figure out dialing in the width and feedback pots. I was a bit surprised by how quick past noon on the mix pot the dry signal just really disappears