What's missing on Mammoth electronics



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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby StupidDream88 » Thu Nov 10, 2011 3:12 pm

Jero wrote:
jfrey wrote:Here's one I just thought of. Pedal-sized cardboard boxes for diyers to put their builds in. Would be good for shipping/storage.

Yea, I actually need to find a place I can get these in bulk. I know PPP has them for $1 each.


I get mine off ebay
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby McSpunckle » Thu Nov 10, 2011 7:32 pm

Jero wrote:
jfrey wrote:Here's one I just thought of. Pedal-sized cardboard boxes for diyers to put their builds in. Would be good for shipping/storage.

Yea, I actually need to find a place I can get these in bulk. I know PPP has them for $1 each.


http://www.uline.com/BL_1407/Kraft-Indestructo-Mailers

That's what I use.

5x3x2 for MXR sized, and 4x6x2 for BB. The bigger box is wider than needed (to accommodate extra stuff sticking out the sides-- plus I don't think there's a smaller one that would work).

They're boxes!
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby Jero » Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:01 am

Thanks fellers!
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby ifeellikeatourist » Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:05 am

photoresistors!!!!!!!!
goroth wrote:Most builders are content on reproducing the same crap. Which is fine. Most guitarists want the same crap.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby tuffteef » Mon Nov 14, 2011 5:45 pm

sparkle pink enclosures
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby blakemoth » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:29 pm

We've compiled some lists of the suggestions you guys have, and we're filtering through it with our purchasing dpt. Things you'll see very soon:

Clear rubber feet
Pedal Shipping Boxes
Pink, Purple, Copper, and some other powdercoat colors
MAX1044 charge pumps (those are already up)
Vero Board
A bunch of other stuff. And more soon after that!
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby Officer Bukowski » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:36 pm

That's awesome.
I make pedals. SHARK TANK
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby blakemoth » Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:48 pm

Add to that in the next week:

New Jacks:
Neutrik
Amphenol
Switchcraft

Waterslide Decal Paper
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby lowbrow » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:23 pm

It's been said once, but:

Transistor sockets!
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby kato » Wed Nov 30, 2011 8:57 am

1790NS ENCLOSURES - or equivalent-sized enclosures - commonly used for larger projects like the Meatsphere, 4-knob RAT, Tap-tempo delay, Electric Mistress, Neovibe, and Echo Base.

EDIT:
I looked into the 1590DD and the 1590BB but I couldn't make the standard knob layouts / PCB layout for the above projects work. Blake, if your buyer can find a source for the 1790NS, I think it would fill a much-needed niche.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby njstoehr » Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:26 am

I would like to see:

  • VeroBoard - cut to size, not just "enclosure specific" --->EDIT--->Nevermind, seems you have that coming soon!
  • IC 741
  • 22M metal film resistors
  • Transistor Sockets - I know it has been mentioned before, but it bears repeating
  • Jacks by the "name brands" like Switchcraft, Neutrik, Amphanol - not a deal breaker for me (I think they're overrated myself) but others swear by them
  • Custom Drilling options - customer specified drilling layouts, or at least additional options like LED over the footswitch ala MXR style effects
  • 500K Rev Audio Taper Pots (16mm Alphas)
  • A 1590LB sized enclosure
  • LED PCB for easily mounting LED and Voltage Limiting resistor - I have seen these in some Boutique moders work and they make for a very neat final product
  • Mod kits for popular pedals - DIYers don't just build them, they mod them too
  • WaterSlide Decal Paper - Laser, Inkjet, clear, white
  • Some basic DIY tools - esspecially Standard and Metric Uni-Bits (Metrics are hard to find)

In all, I am very please with the selection at Mammoth electronics and the customer support is top notch. The list above is just some things that would make Mammoth all the more a One-Stop-Shop for me and hopefully others.

Keep up the great work.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby enjoyadrian » Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:26 am

i second those 9mm alpha pots.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby pbass11 » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:39 pm

Im glad i found the mammoth electronics site...it has pretty much everything i need for diy effect pedal project...but a few things i did not find on the site below...

-PCB standoff's
-Rubber feet
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby McSpunckle » Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:25 pm

McSpunckle wrote:
Jero wrote:
jfrey wrote:Here's one I just thought of. Pedal-sized cardboard boxes for diyers to put their builds in. Would be good for shipping/storage.

Yea, I actually need to find a place I can get these in bulk. I know PPP has them for $1 each.


http://www.uline.com/BL_1407/Kraft-Indestructo-Mailers

That's what I use.

4x3x2 for MXR sized, and 4x6x2 for BB. The bigger box is wider than needed (to accommodate extra stuff sticking out the sides-- plus I don't think there's a smaller one that would work).

They're boxes!


So, hey! I made an error here... it's 5x3x2 that fits the MXR boxes. Sorry if any (more) of you dudes bought the smaller ones. : /

I fixed the first post.
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Re: What's missing on Mammoth electronics

Postby kato » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:26 pm

1790NS Enclosures

pot condoms

trimpots in a few more standard values

PCB-mount 3PDT stompswitches
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