- Designed for a 125B enclosure with top-mounted jacks
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cgmason1986 (verified owner) –
Awesome sounding pedal! This my third dumble style pedal that I have built. This is by far the most quiet. With everyone at noon I’m less than unity gain. The volume doesn’t really start to kick in until about 2 o’clock. The modifications that I would make if you are going to do this would be 1 – reverse log volume pot and a reverse log AMC pot – this seems like a high-pass filter, and below 12 is just too muddy (for me).
tcoffel (verified owner) –
Seriously amazong sounding Dumble Drive / Zen Drive sound. I have a few Dumble Drive style pedals, and this sound the BEST out of all of them (and the ones I have sound killer BTW). It has that Dumble chime ran through a Clean amp that I crave when playing certain styles. You can crank the GAIN and the A.M.C. about 3/4 of the way up, and get a bad ass lead tone as well (adjust your Tone knob to suit) with a grunt behind it. This pedal will absolutely be a STAPLE on my board!
SIDE NOTE: I tried both the AD chip, and a TL072 OPAMP.. The TL072 will provide you a little darker sound to the tones, which will require a bit higher Tone sweep and A.M.C. setting, but worth a try to see what you think. I almost prefer the TL072 sound to the other. I will probably build a second one and run one with the AD chip and one with the TL072 to be honest. GETCHEW ONE!