Welcome DIY People!
|After much learning and trying DIY and BYOC guitar and bass stompboxes, I have really started enjoying to breadboard, experiment & build my own pedal circuits. DoitFuzz.com is a new forum board I have created for posting, sharing and discussing about DIY Distortion, Fuzz and Overdrive circuits and schematics (much more oriented in new diy circuits rather than byoc).
Here's why DoitFuzz was created for:
• I am using this forum myself to post circuits & schematics I created * (or will create over time).
• To bring DIY circuit creator people all together and give them a place to share and discuss.
• To give everyone a place to publish new DIY circuits **
At this time, after months of hard work, the DoitFuzz forum is somehow new on the internet. Me and friends are still working even hard to make a better DoitFuzz. We think that by grouping the most of new DIY circuits as possible at the same place and making the information more accessible, it will be much easier for the internet community.
Assuming you like to build your own pedals and now you went to step 2 -> design your circuits, here we are. Novice, intermediate expert, DIY website owner, commercial, you all welcome!
Do it Fuzz and have fun!
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* You are allowed to download or save material from this website exclusively for private, non-commercial use and for the purpose of creating the projects.
** Circuits nor Schematics can be completed or not, as long as they are originals (no BYOC) and completely free to download.
| Quick Jump to the Latest DIY Projects :
• MuffRat - Distortion pedal project.
The MuffRat Distortion is a simple distorted effect generated within 2 stages : - A slightly overdriven 2N3904 NPN transistor input buffer inspired from the Big Muff PI. - A highly distorted stage using one side of a dual TL072 OP amp IC. With no LED at first clipping stage it reminds the fat saturation...
• DIY Breadboard - for pedal experimenting.
A breadboard is very usefull for prototyping, because it does not require soldering, it is reusable. This makes it easy to use for creating temporary prototypes and experimenting with circuit design. Now, this little tool can be upgraded to be more suitable for guitar pedal prototyping... more
• RollFuzz - One 2N5088 transistor simple fuzz pedal.
The RollFuzz is a One 2N5088 transistor simple fuzz project with only one pot control (Level) that let you adjust the final effect volume. Fuzz is controled by rolling back the volume knob on the guitar. An extra pad has been added on the layout to let you...
• Drive Bastard - High Gain Overdrive pedal project.
The Drive Bastard is an High Gain Overdrive project based on the LM741 single OP Amp IC. I choose the inverting input since they are not as usual as the non-inverting circuits. This is a 3 knobs pedal (Drive - Tone - Level), drive control can be adjusted from...
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