Here's a good circuit if you want to avoid those clunky and expensive 3PDT switches and use a soft-touch momentary SPDT footswitch insted, or something else, like a push button switch.
One could argue that this one isn't really suitable for vero (tons of links...) or worth the effort, but I think it's nice for those extra special builds and it's also much cheaper than using relays. It does take a bit of space, but it can fit in a 1590B (depending on the size of the effect circuit).
6/19/2014 04:33:49 am
Hallo, Im interested in your cmos switcher. Nice site by the way! So, what i was wandering is if that one introduces noise or delay between stomping and turning on /off. Another thing. Your numbering for the momentary switch is as follows?
6/20/2014 03:56:22 am
1/27/2015 10:26:49 pm
Nice idea, but i think this isn`t true bybass, right?
1/28/2015 06:58:59 am
Thanks! It's not my idea, I just did the layout. :) The signal isn't buffered and the effect is bypassed in off position and there is no "tone-sucking", so it's basically true bypass, but since there are electronic switching involved I wouldn't call it true true bypass. :P Read about it at: http://www.geofex.com/article_folders/cd4053/cd4053.htm
3/25/2016 07:43:50 pm
I made one circuit. for switching between two rotary encoders outputs. each encoder have 4 outputs. I used two cd4053. circuit works very well but in a result I got too much noice. I want to remove it. help me.
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