Another TS808 variant. The biggest difference is input buffer dropped. Technically boring, but sounds awesome
Highly modded Suhr Riot on tagboard. Few useful features added by Brian (madbeanpedals.com) are described >>here<<
Hands up to few guys from FSB forum. Specially for Bajaman for basic schemo, Mictester for buffer mod, and Madbean from www.madbeanpedals.com for putting all the mods together (Double Flush project). Discussion regarding this project can be viewed >>here<<
I did similar layout many months ago, but the early one was messy, and had no modifications whatsoever, just plain Demeter Compulator ripoff. Presented layout is showed to be build on tag board, but it’s highly recommended to complete all parts together first, and make your own board with turrets, as the overall part number and size can be to big to fit on standard tags.
I hope you like it
Heres Mk1, not as much clean as the mk2, but it has more parts, and I’m tired. I may give it second shots later on. To me this one is odd, no fixed bias resistor for Q1 collector like in later benders, so it receives full -9v, perhaps on the original there is a fixed bias resistor hidden under the vero? Maybe not, Tone Bender Mk1 is build without Q1 fixed resistor as well. I have just the only one schemo floating on the web done by I don’t know who, and the vero done by Electric Warrior, and to be honest I just starting to give it a born, so… Maybe someone more knowable than me can resolve this. If you really need to have fixed bias resistor then you can run the resistor (10k or so) from the power source to free tag space, and relocate the Q1 collector point there (showed on my layout)