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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:41 am 

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Aion Electronics is having an Independence Day sale! 20% off all PCBs through this weekend. Discount is taken automatically.

Also, 6 new projects are launching today. Five of them are re-releases, but they're all in a new format that uses the 125B enclosure and top-mounted jacks. Here they are:

Graviton - Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal - This is the new one. I'm not much into metal, so I was surprised how much I liked playing this one. Definitely not a one-trick pony & works well for any high-gain application.

Refractor - Klon Centaur / KTR - now with switchable true bypass / buffer, done the "right" way (exactly like the KTR, the first time this has been done in a DIY project)

Halo - EHX Big Muff Pi, now with mids switch (scoop, flat, or hump)

Aurora - Ross/Dyna Comp - new LM13700 version (easier to find than the CA3080) plus a vastly improved output section with lower distortion

Cerulean - Marshall Bluesbreaker / JHS Morning Glory

Azimuth - Hermida/Lovepedal Zendrive

Aion Electronics - DIY PCB projects for classic and obscure circuits

PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:20 am 
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Great work and some cool looking projects !!

spin wrote:
A lot on here are using the one handed strippers. They seem to work well, but I just assume use the ol' trusty.

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