CROMLICH (megalith clone)

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    Vlad5 Chronic Knob Twiddling Tone Chaser Supporting Member

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    Cromlech - $150
    Shipped USPS Priority, con/US.

    While I really like this effect (think bass tones from Electric Wizard | Dope Throne),
    I really need to raise funds for another B3K, which I need much more right now.
    So I will trade for a B3K (plus cash from me, of course).

    I built this because I always wanted to try a Megalith but could never afford one.
    It wasn't easy to build into a 125B sized enclosure, but totally worth the effort.
    The board is angled to fit the enclosure.
    Of course there are no graphics on this, but hey, you can choose your own or have one of our fine forum friends etch it for you all custom like. ;)

    This is a vero clone, with all the same functions as the original.

    Features include:
    100v 5% metalized polyester film capacitors
    50v 20% electrolytic radial capacitors
    1% 1/4w metal film resistors
    Switchcraft mono enclosed jacks
    Alpha pots w/dust covers
    Vero brand stripboard
    20 gauge wire
    Short-throw DPDT switch for More Heavy
    3-way switch for Notch Shift

    Control layout diagram included.
    Velcro on the bottom.

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    Vlad5 Chronic Knob Twiddling Tone Chaser Supporting Member

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    There have been questions as to how this sounds.

    It sounds just like this...

    Of course equipment will vary, but Excane and I have the same amp, so his demo represents my experience with it.

    I don't have any sound samples of myself however.
     
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    Vlad5 Chronic Knob Twiddling Tone Chaser Supporting Member

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