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    If I find a schematic for a Dumble clone pedal online, 1) how do I know if its authentic? 2) How does one find out what kind of parts to use?

    I heard about Tanabe's Zenkudo pedal recently and would love to get one...but it's $300, too rich for my blood
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    An amp clone will cost more than $300 for a pedal. To answer your questions:

    1. You won't be able to
    2. By looking at the schematic.
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    • #3
      You know it's authentic because it states that all resistors and caps must have been created on the thighs of virgins by some tubby bloke called alex.
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      • #4
        If I find a schematic for a Dumble clone pedal online, 1) how do I know if its authentic? 2) How does one find out what kind of parts to use?

        I heard about Tanabe's Zenkudo pedal recently and would love to get one...but it's $300, too rich for my blood



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        • #5
          The Zenkudo is a Zendrive variant. The Zendrive schematic can be found at freestompboxes. org

          Or, check out the Runoffgroove Umble

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          • #6
            An amp clone will cost more than $300 for a pedal. To answer your questions:

            1. You won't be able to
            2. By looking at the schematic.


            It's not an amp clone, it's for a pedal very similar if not the same as the Zendrive pedal.
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            "The more fragile harmonics can survive in a vacuum tube, where they seem to be eliminated or squashed in the solid state crystal lattice. Maybe it just comes down to that." - the wise Alexander Dumble

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            • #7
              buy any amp.

              dumble sucks. he said electrons dont survive in a crystal lattice.
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              • #8
                buy any amp.

                dumble sucks. he said electrons dont survive in a crystal lattice.


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