The Control is a midboost. He gives singlecoil pickups more fattness, and also boosts Humbuckers.
The Guvernör is a Overdrive/Distortion pedal, delivering a very crunchy sound. A JCM800 in a box! It is based on the first series, with the big enclosure.
The 3 band EQ (Bass/Middle/Treble) is doing a great job and gives a great versatile overdive pedal!
Wiring diagram: Guvernor Wiring
Partslist (BOM): Guvernor BOM
The Bluelay is a wonderful Delay guitar pedal. It sounds very analog, but is very easy to build, as it is based on the digital PT2399 IC.
Installation guide: installationguideV001_en
Partslist (BOM): bluelayv2_BOM_en
Schematic and pcb: bluelayV2schem
Files for version up to 04.05.2016:
Parts list (BOM): bluelay_BOM_en
Wiring layout: bluelaywire
Schematic and pcb: bluelay
The 3Verb is a very analog sounding reverb pedal, although it is bases on the digital BTDR-3 module. Controls for Decay and Mix enable to get sounds from room-size to a big cathedral reverb.
Most of the electronics is integrated in the compact reverb module, so the parts count is quite low. This makes this project also suitable for beginners. The BTDR-3 module is placed on the bottom pcb side and soldered on the top side!
Trim pot P1 sets the output volume of the reverb. It should be set to unity with the bypass signal. Of course you can also set it a little louder to boost the reverb a little.
Here are the documents:
Parts list (BOM): 3verb_BOM_en
Schematic and pcb: 3verbschem
Wiring layout: 3verbwire
The Breaker is a very bluesy Overdrive pedal. It gives you very bluesy and dynamic sounds, ranging from nearly clean boost to moderate overdrive sounds.
Here are the required documents you need to build the Breaker:
Partslist (BOM): breaker_BOM_en
Schematic and pcb: breakerschalt
Wiring layout: breakerwire
The Lius is a Tweed-Amp simulator based on the good old Electra Distortion. A 3-way toggle switch enables the selection of 3 different sounds, with the second footswitch you can activate a gain-boost.
Here are the docs you need for building:
Parts list (BOM): lius_BOM_en
Schematic and pcb: liusschalt
Wiring layout: liuswire
The Ram´s Head Muff was the second version of the Muff. It featured a bigger enclosure and had a little head logo on the enclosure, so the nickname.
Installation Guide: installationguideV001_en
Parts list (BOM): rambomenv2_2
Schematic and pcb: muffv2schalt
Docs for version up to 27.04.2106:
Parts list (BOM): rambomenv2
Schematic and pcb: muffschalt
Wiring layout: muffwire
The 45er is the smaller brother of the 90 (Der Phaser). Featuring only 2 instead 4 phase stages, he delivers a nice subtle sound and fits well into your basic sound.
The trimm-pot for biasing the FETs can be simply dialed in by ear. If it sounds good for you, it is right
Here the files to build the Phaser:
Schematic and pcb: 45er_schalt
Wiring layout: 45erwire
Here you can find drawings of the drilled BB enclosures
BB 1 Potentiometer: BB_1pot
BB 2 Potentiometer: BB_2pot
BB 3 Potentiometer: BB_3pot
BB 4 Potentiometer: BB_4pot
BB 5 Potentiometer: BB_5pot
BB 6 Potentiometer: BB_6pot
BB 2 FS, 3 Potentiometer, 1 LED: BB_3pot_2fs_1led
BB 2 FS, 3 Potentiometer, 2 LED: BB_3pot_2fs_2led