Original Park Fuzz 3 knobbie and 2 knobbie

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Original Park Fuzz 3 knobbie and 2 knobbie

rocket88
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Took the day off from work cause i wasn't feeling so hot, so i decided to take some time to draw up a few layouts for both versions of this after hearing the "new" one that came out from earthquaker.

2 Knobbie Version








3 Knobbie Version








sounds like a gorgeous and deliciously creamy Ge tonebender variant. as i marked in the layouts, no one is sure of the hfe for each transistor, or the make/model. i would start with using anything you would use in a tonebender and play with values as such.


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rocket88
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Re: Original Park Fuzz 3 knobbie and 2 knobbie

mloonvkeery
For what it's worth, in the new Earthquaker versions they're using NOS AC125 PNP transistors.
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rocket88
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Re: Original Park Fuzz 3 knobbie and 2 knobbie

tracer03
In reply to this post by rocket88
Quick question: for the four knob layout (bottom layout, mislabeled 'Park Fuzz 3-Knob') - what do Sag 1, Volume 1 and Volume 2 connect to?
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rocket88
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This post was updated on .
i forgot to put those in, just updated all the layouts. for the layouts with the sag control lug 1 isn't connected, it's just a variable resistor that controls how much voltages comes through.