Ember Drive - Overdrive

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Difficulty: Beginner

Ember Drive - Overdrive


A simple low part, compact overdrive. Use a low gain transistor for an overdriven sound, or put in an high gain Darlington transistor like the mpsa13 for a thicker, fuzzier sounding effect!

Dimensions: 22mm x 15mm
PCB Sizing: 1590a enclosure (no-special hardware required) or larger
*** Base price is for PCB only, please select kit options above to order kit components



Kit Options
Please select the kit options you would like included with your PCB from the checkboxes above

  PCB Components
"PCB Components" includes all onboard components you need to build the "Ember Drive". Battery snap is included as well as 6 lengths of wire. Also includes, LED, current limiting resistor ("medium" brightness) and plastic bezel for mounting the led to an enclosure.

  9mm Potentiometer
Add 9mm Alpha metal shaft potentiometers to your kit!
*** A 100ka pot will be supplied with your Ember Drive as 250a 9mm pots are not very common.

  Compact Mono Jacks (2 of)
"Compact Mono Jacks (2of)" include 2 Lumberg compact mono jacks with your kit. These jacks are small in size, a good choice for tight builds and beginners but can be used for any build. Please note you will need a stereo jack if you plan to power your effect with a battery. (Stereo jacks are available in the hardware section of this store).





  Miniature DC Jack

These DC jacks are very small and are suitable for any build not using a battery / battery switching. Especially good for 1590a builds as they are very compact.



  Knobs
These knobs are a high quality aluminium with a grooved circumference for a nice tactile feel and a full faced indicator line. They are small in diameter (13mm), can be used for any build but will also fit the tight spacing needed for 1590a builds.





Downloads
Bill of Materials & Build Guide
Schematic




Ember Drive Videos

Sound Demo / Build Report for the EmberDrive





Ember Drive - Transistor Comparison