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Shameless Promotion Time

Read just a few of the e-mail comments that I have
received about the projects available on AMZ
.

I constructed your fet muff and it sounds great

Finished the compressor. Works very nicely. Am looking forward to seeing what projects you have for the SSM2166 chip.

I have built the Son of Screamer and use it regularly. Very smooth. And I'll be ordering one o' those compressor chips soon.

I built yout FET Muff today and have to tell you that it is excellent. It overdrives the front end of my JCM 800 quite nicely!

Just a quick note to say thanks. I've just built myself a 9V powersupply from the schematic on your site. It's great. The output is rocksolid at 9V, and I couldn't hear any difference in my FD2 when AB'ing it with a (non-vintage) battery.

I built the son of screamer you posted on your page: very, very nice! It's the first pedal I ever built and I'm surprised how good it sounds.

My compliments for your page! I tried the Fet muff and it sounds nice!

I just wanted to thank you for the info. I just finished fabricating a fuxx face an hour ago. I really like the sounds it gets. ( I just played it with an SG & a Deluxe Reverb).

I'm currently constructing your Dual Booster project, and I'm really excited about it. This is the first project of this type that I have assembled

I have made your Son-of-Screamer pedal and it sounds great when I use it on the dirty channel on my Laney solid-state combo.

I just finished making the FET Muff. Wow!! It sounded super! It sounded great as a tube driver, but I couldn't believe how great it made a solid-state amp sound. The most convincing tube sound I've heard yet.

I've just completed building the FET MUFF and it sounds great

Thanks for the very fine schematic. I made one and it workes great. (Dual Booster)

I built your effect (son of screamer) and thoroughly enjoyed the effect.

When I ran it (FET Muff) through my friends Fender Pro Reverb it was amazing. From a tight chunky rhythm sound to a so much grunge I'll be washing for a week, It's very versatile and I'd highly recommend it to anyone with a solid state amp. The diode switching is a really cool way to tailor the sound to individual songs and makes different sound available at the flick of a switch, great idea. Thanks again for a low cost quality box that is as good if not better than most of the other stuff out there.


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