Posts Tagged: la dispute

CWS014 – Tremolo Optical mod

Another tremolo based on the circuits found in CWS006, CWS007, CWS009, and CWS012. This circuit was modded with two switches, one to bring in extra depth, and another that switches in an optical component. A NOS photoresistor was used in

CWS014 – Tremolo Optical mod

Another tremolo based on the circuits found in CWS006, CWS007, CWS009, and CWS012. This circuit was modded with two switches, one to bring in extra depth, and another that switches in an optical component. A NOS photoresistor was used in

CWS011 – AB Amp Switcher

AB amp channel switcher built for live use with green (CH1) and red (CH2) LEDs. The switch will also work with any equipment that requires a TS connection using the channel 1 output.

CWS011 – AB Amp Switcher

AB amp channel switcher built for live use with green (CH1) and red (CH2) LEDs. The switch will also work with any equipment that requires a TS connection using the channel 1 output.

Project 002 – Pedal board build

I have a habit of tearing apart and rearranging my pedal board for just about every tour that I go on. Earlier this year, I had switched the entire board over to a 6-channel true bypass strip and ran all

Project 002 – Pedal board build

I have a habit of tearing apart and rearranging my pedal board for just about every tour that I go on. Earlier this year, I had switched the entire board over to a 6-channel true bypass strip and ran all

CWS010

Momentary A/B switch for switching two inputs to one output. This pedal was built specifically to switch a microcassette player into the signal path when the switch on the pedal was held down. This pedal was built for and used

CWS010

Momentary A/B switch for switching two inputs to one output. This pedal was built specifically to switch a microcassette player into the signal path when the switch on the pedal was held down. This pedal was built for and used

CWS008

CWS008

Boost with six-way tone rotary switch. This pedal is yet another progression of the boost circuit found in pedals CWS001–CWS004, consisting of a volume and tone control. Instead of the continuous tone control as found in CWS004, this pedal has

CWS008

CWS008

Boost with six-way tone rotary switch. This pedal is yet another progression of the boost circuit found in pedals CWS001–CWS004, consisting of a volume and tone control. Instead of the continuous tone control as found in CWS004, this pedal has

CWS006

Tremolo pedal based on EA tremolo design. This pedal was built fairly true to the circuit, with minor adjustments to the controls to give them a more preferable range. The sound of this pedal, compared to that of the boost

CWS006

Tremolo pedal based on EA tremolo design. This pedal was built fairly true to the circuit, with minor adjustments to the controls to give them a more preferable range. The sound of this pedal, compared to that of the boost

CWS005

A/B switch built for La Dispute.

CWS005

A/B switch built for La Dispute.

CWS004

Boost pedal built with military grade metal film resistors and Sprague orange drop capacitors. This pedal was built for personal use and combines all of the elements of CWS001, CWS002, and CWS003 that I preferred for use in my own

CWS004

Boost pedal built with military grade metal film resistors and Sprague orange drop capacitors. This pedal was built for personal use and combines all of the elements of CWS001, CWS002, and CWS003 that I preferred for use in my own

CWS002

This pedal is another mu-amp JFET transistor boost using two 5751 transistors in a stacked configuration. The controls for this pedal are—a volume knob controlling overall output level, a bias knob which controls the gain level of the transistors, and

CWS002

This pedal is another mu-amp JFET transistor boost using two 5751 transistors in a stacked configuration. The controls for this pedal are—a volume knob controlling overall output level, a bias knob which controls the gain level of the transistors, and