Show off your Mammoth Pedal!



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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Thu Aug 11, 2011 10:30 am

@Bruce R : Those are great! I love that Curry color you used for the Stage 3 Booster. It goes perfect with the artwork.

That Super Drive 70's pedal is really cool too. You don't see such perfect clear coat very often. You should definitely feel proud of those.

Everyone should check out Barry's (GuitarPCB.com's) Super Drive 70's pedal (http://www.guitarpcb.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2289340). It's a brilliant 3-in-1 build.

Here's the kit (http://www.mammothelectronics.com/Super ... prdr70.htm).
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby whalesong » Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:29 pm

Kudos !!!! Bitchen thread! Radgical! ....i mean it! :hug: :hug: :hug:
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:08 pm

whalesong wrote:Kudos !!!! Bitchen thread! Radgical! ....i mean it! :hug: :hug: :hug:


Thanks Whalesong!!

You got any builds we can see?!?
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby StupidDream88 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 11:01 am

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Mammoth parts used :

-1590BB powdercoated in white
-3PDT Switches
-1510 knobs
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:24 pm

StupidDream88 wrote:Image

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Mammoth parts used :

-1590BB powdercoated in white
-3PDT Switches
-1510 knobs



Man, StupidDream!! I love it. Those knobs really pop against that Crystal White! What does this pedal do?
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby GiAnt_ROboT » Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:25 pm

Heres my clones. Fuzz Factory, Distotron, Octane and Eternity Burst
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Thu Aug 25, 2011 2:31 pm

GiAnt_ROboT wrote:Heres my clones. Fuzz Factory, Distotron, Octane and Eternity Burst
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Whoa!! Those are beautiful. VERY tasty color and layout choices. can we see any gut shots? I want to hear all about these.
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby MauricioBahia » Thu Aug 25, 2011 3:21 pm

Super Drive 70´s :)

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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Thu Aug 25, 2011 4:04 pm

MauricioBahia wrote:Super Drive 70´s :)

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Wow. Now that's sexy.

Those photos are incredible! How do you like it? If you've got a story to go with the building experience, Load it up on the GuitarPCB kit thread : viewtopic.php?f=180&t=19459

Gorgeous.
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby mahoneylucas » Fri Aug 26, 2011 7:46 am

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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:57 am

mahoneylucas wrote:Image


Yes! Thanks for posting this, Lucas! Did you screenprint this pedal? Very classy, well-executed-vintage look.
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby mahoneylucas » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:40 pm

I did it the lazy way. I made the artwork as exact as i could to the original then i printed it out on vinyl. Just a big sticker.
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby blakemoth » Fri Aug 26, 2011 5:30 pm

mahoneylucas wrote:I did it the lazy way. I made the artwork as exact as i could to the original then i printed it out on vinyl. Just a big sticker.


A ha. Well, the sticker looks flawless. :thumb:
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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

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Re: Show off your Mammoth Pedal!

Postby duhvoodooman » Thu Sep 08, 2011 10:33 pm

Here are a couple of my recent builds using the Mammoth 125B enclosure with the vertical 4-knob/1-LED/1-FS layout. The graphics on each are a full-face transparent waterslide decal printed on an inkjet, with a couple of coats of clear enamel over the top.

First up is one of Geekmacdaddy's British Ballbreaker boards housed in a Vintage Blue enclosure. I really like the tone of the red LED clippers in this pedal, though they're usually not my cup o' tea in many other circuits. Rather than steal Geek's pedal name, I decided to call it the Bulldog--a right proper British reference--and I even found a good graphic of Spike the Bulldog from Looney Tunes to use on the enclosure:

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The second is my build of guitarpcb.com's new Mini-Klon v.1 PCB, in a Curry colored enclosure. I really like the color combination with the brown knobs & graphics. This is the first Klon-type overdrive I've built, and I have to admit that it's got a very smooth & attractive overdriven tone. Tight fit in this enclosure layout, though I finagled it in. I suggested to Blake that he move the I/O jacks down a bit, but I guess he already had that in the works. I decided to forgo putting a name on the pedal--the graphic shows clearly enough what it is:

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