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New GxMicroAmp.lv2

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Hi

I've made a new simulation, this time it's a simulation of the famous MXR M 133 Micro Amp Pedal.
This is the schematic I use:
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and the resulting LV2 plug:
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The Micro Amp is a transparent clean volume booster.
Placing it before a amp sim is useful to drive the amp harder and into more saturation.

https://github.com/brummer10/GxMicroAmp.lv2
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Re: New GxMicroAmp.lv2

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Can you make Box of Rock, GGG Blue Star or some of the Runoffgroove pedals?
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Nope, sorry, Mosfets and Jfets still been missing in our module models library. :(
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Re: New GxMicroAmp.lv2

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tramp wrote:Nope, sorry, Mosfets and Jfets still been missing in our module models library. :(
Too bad. And how about the Polytone amp? That's one of the most iconic amps in the jazz world.

http://el34world.com/charts/Schematics/ ... matics.htm
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Aleks wrote:And how about the Polytone amp? That's one of the most iconic amps in the jazz world.
Thanks for the link, well, I could give them a try, looking good so far for the DK_simulator. :)

True, in the 378preamp schematic I ain't know what the OP2 - OP4 is? Do you know if it is a inductor or what?
The minibrute looks doable.
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Re: New GxMicroAmp.lv2

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Looks like a photoresistor to me.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoresistor
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