Today’s pedal is the Spaceman Effects Saturn V Harmonic Booster!
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I think the big three-knobbed one is a Dunwich Fuzz Throne and the one above may be a splitter.
Looks like a hex phase wizard.
I’m sorry, what were you saying? I could not hear you over how loud this looks.
Space Is The Place.
The fantastically named Henry Twang sent this small but effective pedal board in to us, saying; "Here is my reverb/echo setup. Over the years I’ve used lots of tape echo machines and pedals. I’ve also owned quite a few reverbs but this Strymon setup is the best yet."
I’ve only messed about with their Mobius but Strymon are a fantastic company, check them out if you haven’t already!
24 watt power amplifier. This uses the Tiny Giant schematic, which is a pretty straight datasheet-recommended circuit for the TDA7240 chipamp (smaller cousin of the TDA7293 chip used in the power stages of Marshall Valvestate amps). No tone controls, just a volume knob. Runs on an old 20V/3.5A laptop power supply that my wife gave me after the dog chewed up the mains cord. I put a 2.1mm DC barrel plug on it for this amp.
As just a power amp, it has flat frequency response so it sounds awful without either a guitar-centric preamp or an EQ in front of it to dip out some mids. The idea is that you can use a POD or similar in front of it, and use this to get the output to a guitar cabinet with minimum fuss and weight.
If I could find a compact multichannel tube preamp that I actually liked, having something like this might even convince me to sell some of my home-use amps.