Reverb pedal

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Got a request for this one. This was originally designed by John Hollis and has since been modified by various folks in the DIY community. Like the latest version of the Little Angel chorus, it has a switch to do either vibrato or chorus tones. And the Mode switch allows for different speeds (Leslie, Normal, and Clone). Here's the schematic for reference.

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John Martin
The Ghost Echo is a nice little reverb unit, and uses the Belton BTDR-2H-L digital reverb module, as well as a PT2399. I'm not going to lie,... Pedals Guitar, Direct Boxes, Guitar Gadgets, Diy Guitar Amp, Diy Guitar Pedal, Circuit Bending, Diy Guitar, Reverb Pedal, Earthquaker Devices

The Ghost Echo is a nice little reverb unit, and uses the Belton BTDR-2H-L digital reverb module, as well as a PT2399. I'm not going to lie, this layout gave me some issues (at one point it made DIYLC crash). Even had to use a jumper (which annoys the heck out of me, as you may have picked up on). You won't be able to squeeze it into a 1590B, but a 125B should be a good fit. The Belton brick can be mounted directly to the board from the solder-side. Here's what EQD's website says about the…

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Mikah Crochet
Perf and PCB Effects Layouts: Reverb Diy Guitar Pedal, Reverb Pedal, Music Rhythm, Electronic Circuit Projects, Circuit Projects, Circuit Design, Guitar Effects Pedals, Guitar Building, Electronic Engineering

Here's a cool PT2399-based circuit designed by David Edgar (DIYSB member Earthscum). He describes it as, "kind of like playing in a sewer tunnel..." Here's a link to the original schematic and discussion over on DIYSB. I noticed the schematic image in the DIYSB thread is now broken, so I've drawn up a new one for reference here.

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Jamie La Croix
Diy Guitar Pedal, Diy Guitar Amp, Diy Guitar, Reverb Pedal, Music Rhythm, Guitar Pedal, Guitar Effects Pedals, Circuit Diagram, Vintage Spring

Here's a reverb circuit that doesn't require a Belton brick–the Equinox II by Valve Wizard. It uses 2, PT2399 delay chips with a pretty standard input/output buffer built around a TL072. The original uses a J112 for switching the tails function, but I've simplified that with a just DPDT footswitch. Use one side of the DPDT for turning the reverb on/off, and the other side for LED indication. If you don't want/need tails with your reverb, just jumper the 2 switch pads. It's gonna be a snug…

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Ivan Baudrix
Perf and PCB Effects Layouts: Wampler Faux Spring Reverb Mad Professor, Steel Panther, Earthquaker Devices, Sims 5, Electronic Circuit, Circuit Projects, Guitar Pedals, Guitar Effects, 8th Of March

The Faux Spring Reverb, like many pedal reverbs is based around a Belton reverb module. Originally it used the BTDR-1 (which is massive), but in this layout I've adapted it for the newer and smaller BTDR-2H. I've also simplified the power section a little, and used a TL071 for the second IC. In the original a TL072 was used, but only used half of it. Here's what Brian has to say about his design: The great thing about the Faux Spring Reverb is that it retains the Analog base tone, doesn’t…

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RJ Evanovich