I guess I might as well put down the mods I hope to do so that I can get some opinions.
*3 Knob Tone Stack - Replacing the single knob tonestack
*LFO - If I figure it out
*On top of the R8 gain pot I intend to add a gain pot (same as the one in the original schematic) to the LM386 between pins 1 and 8. I also intend to add another gain pot to control the input amp gain, this pot will replace R7
*Put the starve pot back in (Taken from original schematic)
*Also from one of my previous posts I remember Colin telling me that the PUs sound varies alot with your guitars input so Im thinking of putting an input volume in aswell, Is it better to have the volume pot at the beggining (before the input amp) or after the input amp or maybe even both.
*Also I would most likely put in switches that change the values of the frequency capacitors
*I also like whythisreason?'s idea which I will probably put in
I'm going to put a secondary volume control on the "osc" footswitch so that, when oscilation is achieved it switches to a second volume pot so you can match relative output level with your "normal gain" sound. I think it can be quite usefull into tapping into some more potential...
*I would also like it put in a momentary switch to reset the LFO but Im not quite sure how, Can anyone here help me with that
I will have switches to switch the LFO in/out, starve on/off, frequency on/off and im also thinking of putting in a switch to change the input cap for either a brighter sound or a more bassy sound.
Not sure whether to make this a stompbox or not, It will most likely be the biggest project Ive done so I dont know if I want to be stepping on it. I may look into a rack mount enclosure for this. Plus I dont know about fitting all of this into a stompbox
If there are any other ideas on how to be able to make this circuit as adjustable as possible then please let me know, Also please comment on the mods I have listed already as I would really like peoples opinions.
Wow, That is a long list. And alot of offboard wiring (for me anyway), 14 pots, 4 Jacks, 5 switches.