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Author Topic: joule thief powered guitar pedal  (Read 5687 times)

Offline LockwoodMan

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joule thief powered guitar pedal
« on: March 08, 2013, 08:20:08 AM »
Hello there I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to run a guitar pedal off a joule thief? I have built fuzz pedals before and was wondering about the effects a joule thief could have on one.

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Re: joule thief powered guitar pedal
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2013, 04:00:43 AM »
Hello there I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to run a guitar pedal off a joule thief? I have built fuzz pedals before and was wondering about the effects a joule thief could have on one.
It could be made to work I suppose, but you might have an issue with noise from the JT getting into your pedal, especially if it is a high gain pedal such as your fuzz etc.


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Re: joule thief powered guitar pedal
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2013, 04:26:27 AM »
I guess all I can do is try. I normally use 9v battery to power the circuit. Perhaps I will try using the joule thief as the power source with a 1.5 volt aa.

 

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