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    J M Fahey, I can't thank you enough for getting me over that final hump. I've been racking my brain with this for several months (although I love the challenge). I thought I had tried this configuration a while back, but it was too early on and I didn't have all the components together, like the right pickup and placement of the pick up, as well as the right capacitors on my guitar. The photo didn't show a trace going from C1 to IC pin 3 either. I now believe the trace is out of view. Now with it all together it sounds perfect. It's also very responsive and and clear to the ears. My only choice now is should I use C2 as shown or use it as you suggested. There is just a slight variation in the tone. I'm probably going to opt for your recommendation. Thanks for the coaching. You are the best !

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    Hey, thanks !!
    I'm blushing !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdhact1 View Post
    J M Fahey, I can't thank you enough for getting me over that final hump. I've been racking my brain with this for several months (although I love the challenge). I thought I had tried this configuration a while back, but it was too early on and I didn't have all the components together, like the right pickup and placement of the pick up, as well as the right capacitors on my guitar. The photo didn't show a trace going from C1 to IC pin 3 either. I now believe the trace is out of view. Now with it all together it sounds perfect. It's also very responsive and and clear to the ears. My only choice now is should I use C2 as shown or use it as you suggested. There is just a slight variation in the tone. I'm probably going to opt for your recommendation. Thanks for the coaching. You are the best !
    Any chance you mind sharing your final schematic?

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teletroy View Post
    Any chance you mind sharing your final schematic?

    thanks!
    this is one I made up based upone the recommendations above
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails ugb.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by erock View Post
    this is one I made up based upone the recommendations above
    That looks correct. An excellent unity gain buffer.

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    Anyone have a schematic for this buffer? None of the attached thumbnails seem to work...

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    UGB Schematic

    Quote Originally Posted by Erbis View Post
    Anyone have a schematic for this buffer? None of the attached thumbnails seem to work...

    Try this one. building a 'tiger preamp' unity buffer as used in jerry garcias guitars.
    g1 likes this.

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