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Log in or Sign up. Nov 5, Datashet I may be the devil’s advocate here I think the DS-1 is poo-poo’d by a lot of folks, and unfairly. I like mine bone-stock, precisely because it’s not the holy grail of organic overdrives.
I mean, it wasn’t meant to be, unless I’m mistaken. Johnny, if you’ve already got that Guv’nor clone you built, what’s your goal with the DS-1? I suppose if you wanted to turn it into vatasheet metal machine, that could be a way to go, but otherwise, why bother?
Unless of course, you just like to tinker, which I fully understand. The funny thing is that I visited proguitarshop. I listened for a few seconds and thought to myself “self, you can pretty much cop those tones with your stock DS I welcome disagreement, but I’ve learned to trust my ears.
All this being said, I use my DS-1 largely in the first 3rd of the rotation of the gain knob. Beyond that, it does get significantly more fizzy than I care for. Ben HarmlessNov 5, FaraldiNov 5, Twang KingNov 5, I built a Guvnor from scratch perfboard in a giant aluminum box I am going to refine my diode clipping switch since I put in LEDs as per stock and can switch select them OR another set clippers.
I want to make it a touch more versatile in the non-LEDs I switch in. To address your comments on R13 Faraldi: It seems counter-intuitive to lower the resistor value for more gain, but that is what it does. The problem is the corner frequency will go up when you lower the resistor value. This means a little less bass. Stock its either 4.
I want the added gain, but m5223wl like to keep the character around 70Hz seeing how most guitar speakers don’t even go much lower than that anyway and in a Dist pedal woof is as much of a concern as fizz. To address your comments Ben: I haven’t played a DS-1 since the early ’90s and I didn’t like it.
It was too thin fizzy, but had plenty of crunch and rawness.
I think I will not lose much of the main DS-1 character in my few mods, Xatasheet just want less fizz and more mids JohnnyCrashNov 5, It’s a Guv V2. Heck, maybe I just get a DS-1 and start modding from scratch. Nov 6, Finished the mods – video clips coming soon. So far I noticed one thing. Biasing Q2 colder makes for a lot less crunch at similar settings. This is even with the hotter 2. I simply swapped C3 0.
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This made C3 tighter bass and brighter mids and highswhile making the Tone control not thin out at higher settings clockwise. Reducing the Q2 bias cured some fizz R6 and R9 to k and 1kbut it also drove the pedal less. I accidentally forgot about R13 4. After puting in the 2. Fades out when clipping less. The switch goes from stock clippers to one clipper being stock and the other being the red LED assymetrical.
The clipping is subtlely different and I’m not sure which I prefer just yet. So that’s all I did: R6, R9, R13, C3, C11, clipping select switch. Its a little darker less fizzy and thinit has less full-on crunch but a much nicer crunch! In fact, if the pedal is a shade too dark now, I can turn up the Tone knob without things getting thinned out like it did before! It’s like a “poor man’s DS-1 mod. The caps I simply swapped C3’s for C11’s and vice versa. JohnnyCrashNov 6, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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