Green Stinger - Octave UP!

Our version of the Dan Armstrong Green Ringer, a great octave-up circuit which can be used to great effect when combined with fuzz.

We've included a spot for a trimmer for the variable 'nulling' mod. What's that? Read up here. You can wire that as an external pot if you prefer, and there's provision for a toggle switch to null the null!!

In stock form this pedal has no external controls other than the bypass switch.

We provide matched diodes for the kit, whether you're going with silicon or germanium.


Kit includes: PCB, all components, hook-up wire, 3PDT footswitch for true bypass, jack sockets, DC socket, battery snap, LED. Enclosure (pre-drilled) is optional and will take a battery. Does not include knobs.

Difficulty: Medium

PCB size: 50 x 20mm

Knobs required: 0 / 1

Enclosure: 1590B

Direct-Connect compatible (4-way)


If you want the kit pre-built you must add the enclosure option below and select your knobs in the Components section. Check Specials for powder-coated enclosure availability.


Download the INSTRUCTION PDF

GreenSt

Pedal Parts

130g

New

£18.00 inc. tax

£15.00 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.

Customer Reviews

1 review(s) posted (write review)
What an entertaining contraption! 5 product stars
"I like this, a lot. I bought the board only, and used a trimmer for the nulling, whatever that means. I did try to understand, but I just used my ears instead of my acid damaged brain cell anyway. I may well add a pot for this, and a switch too, but I kind of like the fact it's just a box and a button! I took a long time with a tiny screwdriver to get exactly the sound I was after. A nice fuzz with a fairly clear octave up signal, which doesn't glitch out with high notes, and can do a great impersonation of an electric Sitar with lower notes. Muck around with D minor scales and have some trippy hippy sounding fun! As usual, Lee's boards are little works of art, I am addicted to these now. Just bought a buffer and THE WRECKTIFIER. Yeah, kinda deserves caps from what I've learned so far. I'd get this if I were you, it's not expensive, it's easy to build, fun to tweak (though it takes a while to acheive the balance I required), and it's just brilliant. I've not got a pedal board. Just an ergonomic arrangement of pedals, and this little dear is a permanent fixture because she's so different, and fun. Do yourself a favour and get one, I don't think you'll regret it. If you do, I'll give Lee my details and you can explain to me personally why you're so boring. Get one. It's cool AF." Mick Jones. - 25/03/2017

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