My build of the Dayton Audio BR-1 speaker kit with 20W amp. The drivers are a 6.5" woofer with 1.125" tweeter, 1" x 5" port, they're about 14.5" x 8.5" x 12" and weigh 19lb each. The boxes are .75" MDF with 1.5" live edge locally grown pine slabs for the fronts finished with tung oil. The amp uses 7001AB chips for stereo 20W RMS and is in a 1590DD box. Really happy with this little rig, it sounds big and warm and is fun to listen to while being very simple and straight forward.
I only bought these pedals for a color scheme; I don't know what they all do. 😏
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My dear friend @ianrandallthornton is releasing his beautiful album today. Give it a listen, I'm thankful he let me produce it. An incredible team surrounded Ian to make this happen. Tonight is going to rule!
The JHS MILKMAN is the product of the collaborative efforts of two heavyweights of the guitar universe: the mighty JHS Pedals and Milkman Sound Amplification. Designed as an ‘always on’ tonal enhancer, the Milkman gets low-wattage tube amps singing just that bit more at lower volumes through a combination of boost and echo. The pedal’s boost is based on a discrete amp circuit, engineered to push your tube amplifier into natural break up and light overdrive when dimed. The delay circuit was conceived with a slap-back focus, boasting a 240 millisecond range of glassy, echo-y goodness. The pedal’s ‘EQ’ knob can taper the high end of the repeats so as to emulate darker, bucket brigade echoes all the way through to gorgeously warm, tape echo repeats. Styled in a compact and rather suave, side-facing enclosure, the Milkman is very easy on the eye and a sweat-free edition to even the most petite or packed of boards. If you’re looking to administer a healthy dose of vintage-voiced grit and echo to your cleans, the Milkman may just be your ticket.
Need a simple, tidy way to transport your #outlaweffects and other micro pedals? Our compact, lightweight Outlaw Case securely stores up to 5 pedals, and quickly turns into a useable pedal board with its quick-release top. Includes a power adapter and daisy chain extension cable allowing you to fire up your effects with ease.
This is unbelievable. A year ago I was virtually unknown in the guitar pedal community. On August 31, 2016 the Chronograph was officially launched. As of yesterday, just a couple weeks shy of one year later, I've sold 300 of them to musicians on all 6 habitable continents and have established the beginnings of an international dealer network. I've learned a lot along the way and look forward to applying that knowledge to future products. I've been fortunate enough to meet many of my fellow pedal builders and have also learned a lot from them. The gear community really is so unique in that regard; that most people are willing to share their experiences and expertise.
The Chronograph is going to be unavailable for a while. The circuit is undergoing some minor revisions that will further improve the reliability and the accuracy of the timers. I apologize to those that will have to wait, but I promise you'll be rewarded with a better product. A thousand thanks to all you cool people that have already bought one. Your feedback and success stories have made it worth all my efforts!