A new original design named after my favourite food. :)
Silken sounds! Get you chops(sticks) ready! :P
After experimenting with CMOS chips and combinations of fuzz and oscillators I wanted to see if I could achieve something similar with using only regular op amps. This is the result - a fuzz that creates synthy pseudo octave down notes on certain frets on the guitar. Enjoy :)
In the sound sample I'm using the neck pickup with the tone rolled off and i'm playing mostly around the 12th fret. The balance (blend between fuzz/octave down) is at 50%.
I think what pleases me the most with this circuit is the small size. I managed to keep it very simple, just one dual op amp and a handful of components. With that said, I'm already working on a "deluxe" version with a front end gainstage (to keep it from getting too gated) and some filtering (to improve tracking) and that will probably end up twice the size. But for this version I wanted to keep it as barebones as possible.