JOYO JF-12 Ultimate Fuzz and Voodoo Octave Guitar Effect Pedal
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Actually thats not quite right, the Joyo resistor is indeed 100K, not 51K. So if you swap the positions of the 47nF and 100nF caps you end up with the Foxx Tone Machine schematic, except for the pot values and the switchable 1n/33n caps for the "mid cut". I swapped the 47n/100n caps, (the 47n goes in the left position and the 100n on the right) it improves the tone and makes the tone control more user friendly. I put in a 4n7 to replace the 1n on the mid cut switch. I think the circuit is working how it should now, going from youtube demos.
JOYO Jf-12 Voodoo Octave Fuzz Guitar Effect Pedal - JOYO UK
Having said that, the Joyo does one of these voices. And it does it very very well. The Joyo US Dream, as well as the Suhr Riot, are fantastic pedals to be used for lead tones. And, just like a natural overdriven tube amp responds to volume control, so will these two pedals. Essentially, they clean up really nicely. I’d be lying if I said the Purple Storm was a clone of the Jimi Hendrix Fuzzface. But, I’m very sure that this Joyo Purple Storm draws a lot of inspiration from that very pedal.
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Bought it and wasn't really excited with its tone. I really don't understand what goes where in a pedal, but I do ok with a soldering iron, so any ideas for little mods (with easy enough instructions ) are really welcome. Xotic effects are the manufacturer of the BB Preamp. I would definitely consider this pedal to be on the high end of the pedal spectrum. The Ironman AT drive is a smaller and cheaper clone of this BB preamp. Both the Joyo and the AT drive will produce a warm overdrive (think Eric Clapton in the Cream era) with a bump in the midrange. I can follow your simple directions on changing the caps around and subbing in the 47n for the 1 but what about jumpering the octave switch part?
Joyo Voodoo Octave - Review of JF-12 Fuzz Effect Pedal
I have some tips for those who are new to modding, and anyone who does this mod and simply doesn't think about things like this:The Joyo Digital delay is not a direct clone of any specific pedal. However, one thing about the Joyo digital delay is that a filter within the circuit of the pedal has been designed in such a way as to replicate that of an analog delay. Perhaps this is one of those few Joyo pedals that were designed to be unique and be their own thing. Unfortunately, this delay, along with the other Joyo delay pedals, does not come with a tap tempo function. Joyo Tai Chi Overdrive Review: Clone Of The Zen Drive??
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This Joyo American sound is a clone of the Tech 21 Blonde amp simulator. The Blonde refers to the 1957-era Fender Tweed amps. This Joyo sim achieves the tweed sound exceptionally well. But you can also achieve Deluxe Reverb types tones or a Fender Princeton tone by playing with the voice knob.This is one of the few Joyo clone pedals that is not an exact clone of the original. I can confirm that the Joyo Tremolo is indeed a clone of the Diaz Tremodillo. But, let’s look at the original first and see how the Joyo clone differs. Essentially the Diaz Tremodillo is a high-end tremolo pedal that emulates the famous tremolo from Fender Amps. It is the size of a normal stompbox but features two switches. Much like that of the footswitches from the Fender amps used to control the Tremolo effect. I did wait a little while yes forthe soldering iron. It could be the soldering iron but not sure if I should be looking for something else ie dfferent tip or something as I dont want to screw things on the board etc.