ElectroSuite.com – Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah (Model VAI-1) – Morley Pedal. The light from the LED (Light Emitting Diode) that shines on the LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) is controlled by a shutter placed between the two devices. Our unique Electro-Optical design ensures smooth pedal control without unwanted noise typical with potentiometer (pot) controlled pedals.
ElectroSuite.com - Boss CE 2B Bass Chorus Pedal Schematic. This old Boss CE 2B Bass chorus generates a very clean and transparent sound. It has almost the same circuit as the CE 2, with only a few differences. The most significant difference is the additional knob (E. LEVEL) to control the blend of the direct and processed signal.
ElectroSuite.com – Boss MT2 Metal Zone Distortion Pedal Schematic. The MT-2 Metal Zone™ is one the most popular guitar pedals, providing over-the-top, insane distortion tones with huge mids and lows and an ultra-saturated sound.
ElectroSuite.com – Parametric Audio Equalizer. A graphic equaliser has only one control per band: the gain. A parametric equaliser has 3 controls: gain, frequency and width.
ElectroSuite.com – The PIC18F2550 Harmonic Distortion Meter is built with a PIC18F2550 project board and the full wave rectifier front-end circuit.
ElectroSuite.com – Meet Wailer, Siren like sound. The siren kit is based on “feedback-oscillator.” Simply press the push button, the circuit will start to isolate, and the frequency will increase rapidly due to a positive feedback.
ElectroSuite.com – This Garnet Swinger Guitar Amplifier is the amplifier The Peasant uses for making music.
ElectroSuite.com – This Sound Detector Amplifier output of a regular electret condensor microphone quite nicely by adjust sensitivity of R1.
ElectroSuite.com – Better Bass Bachmann Sound System. The noise generator used in the Bachmann Sound System is somewhat band limited, especially at the low end resulting in a tinny chuff sound.
ElectroSuite.com – Sound Generator Modifications. The sound generator circuit board sits in the tender of the locomotive.