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Post by Claud601 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 5:14 am

Those look fantastic

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Post by Claud601 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 5:15 am

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How much are these again? might have to crash my paycheck next week

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Post by Sleep Of Ages » Tue Oct 06, 2015 6:19 am

What about tetanus? :wink:
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Post by crochambeau » Tue Oct 06, 2015 9:38 am

Claud601 wrote:How much are these again? might have to crash my paycheck next week
The Tetanus Booster (single knob) will run $95 plus shipping. That pictured knob was a one of a kind, but I favour big knobs so the size should be somewhat standard.

The Dirty Doper fuzz circuit (four knob in that most recent pic) is currently hovering at $245 plus shipping. I have yet to do a retrospective analysis of time per unit plus parts cost, which may force the price tag up, but I'm really hoping not... my original intent was to aim for a buck and a half (to keep it in the Crustacean noise source range) but the design stage got carried away (and for good reason).

The first shipped units will arrive at their respective owners tomorrow, and I foresee a couple weeks of catch up my end before I have anything *available* to sell & ship, so I'd hang tight and wait to read testimonials / watch/listen to other people's demos by which time I should have a unit or two listed on reverb and etsy.

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Post by Claud601 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:06 am

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Claud601 wrote:How much are these again? might have to crash my paycheck next week
The Tetanus Booster (single knob) will run $95 plus shipping. That pictured knob was a one of a kind, but I favour big knobs so the size should be somewhat standard.

The Dirty Doper fuzz circuit (four knob in that most recent pic) is currently hovering at $245 plus shipping. I have yet to do a retrospective analysis of time per unit plus parts cost, which may force the price tag up, but I'm really hoping not... my original intent was to aim for a buck and a half (to keep it in the Crustacean noise source range) but the design stage got carried away (and for good reason).

The first shipped units will arrive at their respective owners tomorrow, and I foresee a couple weeks of catch up my end before I have anything *available* to sell & ship, so I'd hang tight and wait to read testimonials / watch/listen to other people's demos by which time I should have a unit or two listed on reverb and etsy.
Excellent what is your etsy page?

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Post by crochambeau » Sun Nov 20, 2016 9:28 am

Gratuitous sub-gutshot / bump.

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I think the circuit board came together quite nicely.

I should mention that I have currently emptied the etsy page of listings (for reasons, it'll be back eventually). I'm hoping to have these in demonstrate-able condition soonish.

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Post by DonaldKrump » Sun Nov 20, 2016 3:22 pm

Wow, that looks great. What does that one do?

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Post by crochambeau » Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:48 pm

DonaldKrump wrote:Wow, that looks great. What does that one do?
The core is a noise source, with white noise/low passed rumble/variable crackle, additionally there's an audio input with an array of self feedback/oscillation modes. I aim to have a demo of the updated Crustacean circuit soon.

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Post by DonaldKrump » Sun Nov 20, 2016 8:02 pm

Cool. If I were to get one, it'd be the Crustacean.

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Post by fire » Wed Jan 25, 2017 8:44 am

crochambeau wrote:Gratuitous sub-gutshot / bump.

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I think the circuit board came together quite nicely.
premium, nice work man

the demo is awesome
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Post by crochambeau » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:07 am

Thanks man!

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Post by diurnalburdens » Fri Feb 17, 2017 2:19 am

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Crustacean arrived yesterday. This thing is incredible. Tons of nuances and sweet spots. The extra feedback possibilities over the original version make this a really versatile noise maker. Erodes an incoming signal really well too. For some reason (that I like) the gain and output controls for external signal seem to affect the sound even without an external signal being plugged in.

Shoot Curtis an order, or get saving up you won't regret it.

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