Here is another Big muff. I had these boards manufactured at PCBWay.com. The idea was to make a Big Muff PCB that could be used to easily build any version of the standard Big Muff.
The board has an on board LED with all of the off board wiring along the bottom edge. This makes the wiring super easy. It keeps the inside of the box neat and tidy.
The PCB uses part numbers from the
Big Muff Page. You can pick your schematic there and build using the part values listed.
Here is a version 1 Triangle Big Muff I made. I subbed 2n5089 since the older transistors are hard to get and I’m not a fanatic about reproducing things exactly, it wasn’t really the point.
Vulcan pcb built up. This is version 2.
Making PCBs on the Othermill. Designed in Eagle. I played with the trace size. The default traces in the bantamtools DRC is really small. The 8mil traces are easily damaged.
This is Joe Davisson’s Vulcan overdrive. Starting with a prototype board made at home with the Othermill, then turned this into a board from OSHPARK. Boxed up and is working well. This is an interesting overdrive with a couple unique circuit features.
Box of Rock bootleg in process. Milling the box on the Bantamtools Othermill.
Big Muff Army. Six mini big muffs each a different version.
Mini big muff number 6 Sustain Punch Creamy Dreamer clone.
Mini Big Muff Skreddy Mayo style.