PCB Grinder Majestic Buzz 16-2 Summing Mixer

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PCB Grinder Majestic Buzz 16-2 Summing Mixer
Circuit by Tim Farrant (Buzz Audio), board design by Gustav Grinderslev and Groupdiy member "Majestic12," PCB Grinder's 16-2 summing mixer. <a href="http://wiki.diyrecordingequipment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/TMBKIT-500x500.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-5278" src="http://wiki.diyrecordingequipment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/TMBKIT-500x500-300x300.jpg" alt="pcb grinder majestic buzz summing mixer diy recording" width="300" height="300" /></a> <strong>Majestic Buzz Features:</strong> <ul> <li>16-in/2-out active summing</li> </ul> <strong>Price:</strong> <ul> <li><strong>N/A</strong></li> </ul> <strong>More Information:</strong> <ul> <li>Project board sales discontinued at PCB Grinder</li> <li>Self etch files and schematic <a href="http://pcbgrinder.com/download/MB_doc.pdf">here</a></li> </ul>

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  1. ) and with it, I also bought a cuople Tung-Sol tubes (about $15 each) to replace the stock tubes. The new tubes make a significant difference, especially when I use one of the units as a pre-amp for my electric guitar, which then goes into an old Gibson solid state amp all of a sudden I have what is effectively a tube amp (minus the power tubes, which I don’t really need in a home studio situation), with the overdrive, slight compression and warmth that I love. I use the other unit with a condenser mic, to mic the amp and the tracks sound wonderful, at least to my ears. I love having a cuople of these little guys around!

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