Buff N´ Blend kit

Item number: 1506

Category: Tools

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Description

The Buff N Blend splits the guitar or bass signal in two paths. One is going through an effects loop, the other one goes straigt through. Using the Balance pot the signal can be mixed together again!

The Buff N´ Blend splits a guitar signal in to two paths. One is sent through an effects loop, the other one is not changed. Using the Balance pot you can mix the dry and the effect signal back together.

This kit contains the pcb and all necessary parts. You can choose an enclosure, please select 1 knob for 6,3mm shaft separately.
Here is a list with the parts in the kit: Bill of materials

This project is by GuitarPCB.com, in cooperation with Musikding. If you have any problem with the content of the kits like missing or wrong parts, please contact Musikding (Klaus). For any technical problem relating to building this project, please contact Barry at GuitarPCB.com forum.

You get full technical support at the GuitarPCB.com forum, membership is free of course! There is even more detailed build information available there:
GuitarPCB Forum

Here is the direct link to the building docs, including layout and schematic:
Build documentation


Effect-Type: EQ/Mix Routing
Instrument: Guitar Bass

Video Demo

Here a Video showing a quick back and forth, using the Muffn Triangle:

Bass Demo:

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5 from 5 Best kit for blending if you dont need phase adjustment!

Built it in a 1590b Box adding the send and return jacks and everything is working.
The pcb is a little bit different compared to the version showed in the instructions.

., 20.05.2019
5 from 5 Great

I build this as a standalone pedal and it works great.

., 11.10.2019
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