Thursday 23 December 2021

3 Verb

 Per a request from Ian. A fairly simple reverb sold as a kit from Musikding in Germany with an adjustable Dwell control across the pins of a Belton 3H brick. 

Schematic is avaiable HERE.


 

 


25 comments:

  1. You're amazing!!! How do you work so fast!
    I'm gonna get shopping!

    Thank you and happy Xmas!

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  2. Just finished the tagboards (my first build from there...) rub-a-dub I had going on...it will tide me over but it has a bit (a lot) of switch pop and is a bit below unity...

    https://youtu.be/QFSTxOFLSuk

    I think once the 3verb is up and running, I'll fetch the chip out and consider the ghost echo...

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    1. Weird(er) can you post a pic of your build please....I've built at Ans just get motorboating...I'm trying to get some clues...🀦🏼‍♂️πŸ€”

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    2. The decay pot wiring on the layout is switched. Connect 7 to 4, 8 to 5&6, 9 to 1, and 10 to 3&4 and you should be good. Same thing happened to me.

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    3. And just to clarify - am I ok to call my my bottom row of lugs 321 and my top row 654 on the stereo pot?
      I couldn't get much information about lug numbering

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  4. Wow you're fast! I'm still waiting for the parts! Is the 10k trimmer for volume?

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  5. The trimmer does indeed effect the overall volume. It's subtle and im glad i kept it internal.

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  6. That sounds perfect.
    If you can bring it up to unity it's pretty much a set and forget....

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  8. I had to wire my decay pot 7 to 4, 8 to 5&6,9 to 1, and 10 to 2&3 otherwise it just gave me a bunch of noise. Sounds great now though! Thanks for the layout!

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    1. Thank you a-a-ron - I need to learn to be a bit more patient and hang to my dead builds for a bit longer...

      I redrilled the box for something else but I have the board somewhere with the wires clipped off I think I can salvage it ..

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  9. This may be the problem I had - did it sound like motorboating?

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  10. Wait - There's a bit of conflicting information here....the layout doesn't mention lug 2... check all the comments...

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  11. (and if someone could please chime in and let me know if the top and bottom deck 9f the stereo pot are specifically 321 and 654, I'd be so grateful....I'm going to oy this on hold until I'm sure.πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. It doesn't matter really since a dual gang pot is essentially two stacked pot. But I usually picture it like this: top row is 321, bottom row:654.

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  12. Thank you 😊😊😊😊😊

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  13. Ok, so after reading a-a-ron's comment, I pulled all the bits out the bin, cleaned off the baked bean juice, and rescued the parts as best I could....

    Thank you a-a-ron, and fuzzhead.
    Here it is....

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/1dKzhFU4hCKtU7Su5

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/nk2TvTpt7rseqdey9

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  14. Hahaha if it works out you need to stick yourself in a bean bath on the enclosure. Ian sells out

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  15. Here's the official video.

    Please note the layout needs to read rb10 to decay 3&2

    Love this reverb! So simple and great sounding.

    https://youtu.be/Z6OmeIlbW6U

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