New Tight Arse design. Please feel free to comment.

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Post by sprag » 16 Oct 2016, 10:32

I would like to check out a variable passive HPF/LPF.
How steep is the rolloff?

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Post by jcburn » 02 Nov 2016, 17:49

Subbed. Very interesting. Any pics or mock ups yet Heath?
Also how hard is it to add some sort of powered buffer (either 9 volt or Boss style AC adapter) to account for volume loss? It may be totally unnecessary but I'm interested in the option.
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Post by BassLine » 02 Nov 2016, 17:55

Send any questions thru to AussieMark, Heath comes here infrequently.
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Post by jcburn » 02 Nov 2016, 18:05

Cheers mate! Thanks for the heads up to this thread too.
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Post by Aussie Mark » 03 Nov 2016, 07:55

BassLine wrote:Send any questions thru to AussieMark, Heath comes here infrequently.
I am not across any details of the pedals or pricing. Heath can be PM'ed and he does drop in here every now and then.

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Post by BassLine » 03 Nov 2016, 10:24

Aussie Mark wrote:
BassLine wrote:Send any questions thru to AussieMark, Heath comes here infrequently.
I am not across any details of the pedals or pricing. Heath can be PM'ed and he does drop in here every now and then.
Thanks Mark.

Send PM and maybe an email too, just to be safe. :thumbup:
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Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 15 Nov 2016, 13:47

Hi Guys,

So sorry for not being around(!!!), busy with the compression unit. Think you guys are going to be happy when she's finished. Has some very unusual features.

Sending the second version of the Tight Arse (only variable HPF - 20Hz to 81Hz) to Dave this week, for his approval.

Dave, tried your phone number... no connection! If you could send your postal address ASAP, please.

Had trouble with big volume losses when adding LPF, so will work on a buffered/boosted version soon.

Dave, I've put a knob on top at this moment, NOT a trimpot (but great idea!).

Thanks Guys, for all your interest!
Heath

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