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Nobleman Overdrive kit

Item number: 3328

Natural Overdrive.

Category: PedalPCB Overdrive

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starting from 36,00 €

including 19% VAT., plus shipping

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Shipping time: 3-5 Working days



Description

The Nobleman can be adjusted from boost to singing distortion, the mid- and bass frequencies are unchanged.

This kit contains the PCB and all necessary parts. The enclosure can be selected, please select 3 knobs for 6.3mm shaft seperately.
Here is the bill of material: bill of material

This project is by PedalPCBs, in cooperation with Musikding. If you have any problems with the contents of the kit, please contact Das Musikding (Klaus).

Here is the direct link to the manual with layout and schematic:
Instructions


Effect-Type: Overdrive
Instrument: Guitar

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5 from 5 True to the original. LOTS of bass!!!

This was my first order from musikding.de and my first pedalpcb design build.
The kit arrived with everything listed in the BOM. Nothing was missing. The pcb was a dream to build on. It differed from others I’ve built in that the diagram in the build guide shows the component numbers, but the pcb shows their values instead. I found this a really helpful way of doing things and helps avoid the possibility of putting the wrong value component in any particular space.
One thing i would recomend with this and other kits, is that you solder in the middle pot (Spectrum on this kit) BEFORE you mount the 2n7 and 82n capacitors behind it on the pcb. Getting the iron to the pot’s legs will be much easier, and you avoid the risk of damaging the caps.
If you do that, The Nobleman kit is a straight forward build. The PCB itself is well thought out and pleasinly symetrical when built 😊
The original ODR1 was known for producing lots of bass. Too much for some setups (the current Nobels pedal has a bass cut switch to combat this). The Nobleman is no different from the original and you’ll need to spend time with it to find its sweet spot in your rig, otherwise the bass can be overpowering and a little unpleasant.
The pedal responds beautifully with the guitar’s volume.

., 15.11.2020
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