Category Archives: DIY

ROG Ginger V1.0 – DIY

This is my PCB for runoffgroove’s Ginger bass amp emulation. Here is the link to ROGs project and their soundfiles. The Ginger is modelled after an Ampgeg SB-12 Portaflex bass amp. Board mounted pots can be used to make the build easier. PCBs based on runoffgroove circuits purchased from TH custom effects are intended for DIY / non-commercial […]

ROG Azabache – DIY

This is my PCB for runoffgroove’s Azabache overdrive. Here is the link to ROGs project and their soundfiles. The Azabache is a Fender-like overdrive covering a lot of their models because of the special tonestack and switching used. Board mounted pots can be used to make the build easier. For reference: (out of production)

The EPIC Looper V1.0 DIY

This is a cooperation between JMK PCBs and TH custom effects. We aimed for an easy-to-use and no-nonsense version of a programmable DIY true-bypass looper. And here it is: Features: True Bypass relay system Stores 4 banks of 5 presets each (thats 20 presets in total) Manual-Mode – toggle each single loop manually MIDI Out […]

Pro-cessor V3.0/V4.0/V4./V4.2 & Mixer/Splitter – DIY

This is version 4.2 of the Pro-cessor. Signal Splitter Signal Mixer two effect loops 24dB highpass and lowpass filters affecting the signals V3.0 version (no board mounted jacks) is back in stock for everyone who wants to do his own wiring!   V4.0 features everything board mounted fitting in a 1590B enclosure. It is recommended […]

Digital-FX V1.0 – DIY

TH custom effects brings Digtal-FX to the DIY-community! I came across this great little module featuring 16 modulation effects and had the urge to use it for pedal building. Here is what I came up with. A versatile stomp box with 16 digital effects. Easy to use and easy to build. Fits minimum a 125B […]

Acoustic Simulator V1.0/V1.1 – DIY

Version 1.1: Version 1.0: Cool, what does it do? It enables you to play acoustic guitar on your gig without taking one with you. This circuit is known as Mark Hammers “Woody” and well recognized in the DIY area. Version 1.1 has a new layout which includes additional filter caps.

The Ultimate Switch V2.0 – DIY

The ultimate switch developed out of the need to somehow bring back old times when you had switches (more than 1) that released any already pressed switch when a new switch is pressed. You would call that a 1 out of X logic or radiobuttons if you were in the microprocessor area. During the development […]