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PCB layout for F Clarke's Screamtendo 64?


 
11/16/1999 6:42 AM
Mark Abbott
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PCB layout for F Clarke's Screamtendo 64?
Does anyone know if Frank Clarke has a PCB layout for the Screamtendo 64 (TS-9) pedal?  
 
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Mark.
 
11/16/1999 6:59 AM
anonymous
I don't, no. The TS-10 has some redundant pcb holes which will accomodate a 4-pin dip switch (which can be seen through a hole in the battery compartment, strangely) but I was assuming folks would have preowned cheap Screamer to modify.  
Geo does a Screamer layout, you might be able to drill a few extra holes for the dip switch, or epoxy it on. The dip switch legs are delicate, though.  
Frank
 
 
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11/16/1999 7:00 AM
Frank Clarke
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I don't, no. The TS-10 has some redundant pcb holes which will accomodate a 4-pin dip switch (which can be seen through a hole in the battery compartment, strangely) but I was assuming folks would have preowned cheap Screamer to modify.  
Geo does a Screamer layout, you might be able to drill a few extra holes for the dip switch, or epoxy it on. The dip switch legs are delicate, though.  
Email me if you have any other questions, of course.  
Frank
 
11/16/1999 1:18 PM
R.G.
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I could do a PCB for it pretty easily if Frank's willing and there's enough demand. What do you think Frank?
 
11/17/1999 7:50 PM
Frank Clarke
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Willing, sure, I'd buy one myself! A true bypass version naturally. If there is actually demand, I'll draw a better schematic.  
It was just supposed to be a minor mod, but I think it would be nice if every pedal had a Expandora-style dipswitch for the lazy tweaker :).
 
11/17/1999 10:19 PM
R.G.
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I'll check the schemo and yell if I have questions. You prefer dipswitches or little jumper blocks?
 
11/18/1999 1:47 AM
Frank Clarke
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Hi R.G.  
The schematic wasn't of the complete circuit, the complete circuit would be a whole lot better.  
I prefer dipswitches myself, but it's not crucial.  
Frank  
p.s. sorry about the multiple messages from me above, duh.
 
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