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  • VIntage-style delay

    I usually find a little project for Christmas to keep me occupied and this year I put together a vintage-style delay unit. My wife spotted the enclosure in a box of junk and encouraged me to buy it for the look so I gave 2 for what turned out to be a three channel passive mixer that was very crudely made. I thought it may make an amp-top delay unit to sit with my Reverberocket. The control positions were determined by what was already there and I put together a basic foot switch cut from the side of a PC enclosure. The aim was to build it entirely from parts and materials I already had lying around.

    The internal circuit is a PT2399 described here, but with an opamp filter and some changes to the mixer stage as well as an LED limiter

    https://circuitsalad.com/2012/09/04/...delay-circuit/

    It works superbly. Does tails, very little noise on the repeats and will do infinite repeats without going out of control (but will do this as well if needed).

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  • #2
    Wow, that has the look of stuff I built in the 1960s. Cool.
    Education is what you're left with after you have forgotten what you have learned.

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    • #3
      Sounds like a winner, and like Enzo I'm diggin' the retro-primitive look. Even the dirt on the knobs - yusss! Way kool!
      Enjoy. Every. Sandwich.

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      • #4
        Oh, the Dymo Labels really sell it for me. I remember when that stuff came out when I was a kid. You couldn't keep the Dymo Labels off of stuff.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embossing_tape
        Education is what you're left with after you have forgotten what you have learned.

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        • #5
          I remember getting the"gun" type. I'd run around the house playing "phaser" with it, spitting out random labels & also "THIS IS MINE" on all our food. Good times. At least I thought so. Mom hated it.

          The real kicker is seeing them on amps that now command $30k...

          Justin
          "Wow it's red! That doesn't look like the standard Marshall red. It's more like hooker lipstick/clown nose/poodle pecker red." - Chuck H. -
          "Of course that means playing **LOUD** , best but useless solution to modern sissy snowflake players." - J.M. Fahey -
          "All I ever managed to do with that amp was... kill small rodents within a 50 yard radius of my practice building." - Tone Meister -

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          • #6
            My Dymo labeller is a Dymo-Mite original and I also have one of the gun types. I'm looking for another Dymo-Mite with a metal wheel (or just the wheel) as mine is plastic and won't embosss metal tapes. I don't think there are many of these in the UK but they crop up regularly on USA Ebay. I have a lot of late 70s/early 80s tape that is still good.

            I also like to pair up Dymo with some 70s self-adhesive heavy duty wood-grain vinyl for a retro look.
            Last edited by Mick Bailey; 12-30-2019, 04:01 PM.

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