April 4, 2021 at 12:49 pm #18019
Just finished – appropriately so – my “Heavenly Chorus” project, aka the Mini-Me, with a Buff N’ Blend and the Wilkie1 Cap Mod. I have to say, it is a great chorus with lots of tonal options.
Thanks to Barry, Billy, Cybercow, Wilkie1 and others who have posted projects, ideas and suggestions on the forum. It helped me nail down a direction to go with this.
I should add – although it sounds good through my small tube amp, I play guitar mostly through Scuffham S-Gear software and this pedal imparts a nice analog vibe through it. Couldn’t be happier!April 4, 2021 at 2:09 pm #18020BarryKeymaster
That is sweet and very well executed.
I believe the addition of the Blend control makes it all the more versatile. Especially with Wilkie’s Mod.
Did you use a socket and see approach on choosing the capacitors for the Mod or go with what was written?April 4, 2021 at 2:52 pm #18021
I used the values listed for the Wilkie1 Cap Mod, thinking I could add a switch and more values if needed.
Long story short – I ain’t changin’ a thing. 🙂 This pedal is as close to perfect as it gets – to me anyway.April 6, 2021 at 6:45 pm #18059BillyModerator
That is a very nice build looks really good even the LED looks like a distant planet
I absolutely love the mini me and will definitely be stealing some ideas for my next one, you make it sound and look awesomeApril 6, 2021 at 9:46 pm #18066
Your advice on adjusting the trim (set Depth to full and Rate to halfway) made a delicate operation a lot easier.
A belated thanks to Barry for suggesting the Buff N’ Blend idea! That circuit rocks!
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