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    Pinhead
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    Hey everyone. I’m in the middle of assembling a set of true bypass loopers for my board, I’m using the 3PDT boards and dual-color LED’s. I’ve put together a diagram and I was hoping to get some feedback on it’s viability. It looks right to me, but then again the last one I did I soldered every wire to the switches themselves, this is a bit new to me doing it with the boards. The view is a bit bastardized, as the boards are shown technically upside-down and the view is from underneath the enclosure.

    Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
    -Shanon

    PS – right-click the picture and open it in another window to see it full-size.

    #6021

    wilkie1
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    Your wiring looks correct to me.  Nice drawing.

    #6022

    Pinhead
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    Thanks Wilkie! I wasn’t 100% sure on the grounds, and I originally had a separate ground for each jack. After realizing it’s case-grounded, and I was over-grounding it, I omitted the extras and went with a single line between each board.

    The only other thing that I’m not quite sure on is the LED. It’s a dual-color red/blue. I want it red when bypassed, so that would mean the 90 degree leg (red) goes on the square white pad, correct?

    #6023

    wilkie1
    Moderator

    That is correct.  The white pad is for the bypass color LED.

    #6024

    Pinhead
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    Excellent, thanks for the help!

    #6062

    Pinhead
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    For anyone interested, here’s a cleaner picture of the loop-switcher diagram:

    @barry – If you want to use this on the site at all, feel free. I left some space in the corner for you to add your logo.

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