This project started as a challenge to create a custom pedalboard, with a collection of vintage analogue electronics circuits and inspired design, starting with the classic overdrive and distortion op-amp circuit, DRIVESTORTION ODD-1 been designed from scratch, and following previous experiences with valve and transistor technologies, finding all possibilities around soft and hard clipping diode distortion, adding versatile controls for more of a guitar experience, reducing noise levels and matching adequate guitar pickup impedance, according to classic guitars standard and best practices of vintage audio electronics, creating a new palette of guitar tonalities and distortion range along bandwidth and saturation of the IC OpAmp chip.
TANQUELAB DRIVESTORTION ODD-1
This is our first limited run of effects pedal. A new original vintage analogue electronics circuit for guitar. DRIVESTORTION ODD-1 introduces a new configuration of the classic op-amp circuit layout, offering underdrive, boost, overdrive and distortion, setting up a classic passive tone and master volume controls.
TANQUELAB SINGLE COIL PICKUPS BOOSTER
Single Coil Pickups Booster, a vintage analogue electronics circuit for guitar. An Op-Amp mid boost circuit to multiply from x2 up to x10 your guitar pickups volume, and adequate the amplitude guitar signal from your guitar pickups to the next amplification stage or effects pedal.
TANQUELAB 3-WAYS GUITAR BUFFERED SPLITTER
3-Ways Guitar Buffered Splitter, a vintage analogue electronics circuit for guitar. An Op-Amp clean buffer circuit to split your guitar signal or preamp output into three different ways, adequate your guitar signal or preamp volume to the unity, opening three sources to the next amplification stage, effects pedals, split into different pedalboards, or a stereo amplifier and a tuner. Increasing your possibilities when stacking with modulation stereo output pedals.
TANQUELAB FUZZ FUZZ FUZZ NKT222 GOLD
Our experience with Fuzz pedals and different circuits, helped us to develop this FUZZ FUZZ FUZZ MKI.5 diagram, with more accurate control over saturation and fuzz signal amplitude (output bias) of the vintage sixties transistor circuit, the rest of controls are Volume and Fuzz, which not require explanation.
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