SDD-3KP Pedals are Shipping Out…

Posted: 2010/09/21 in DIY Guitar Effect Pedal Projects, SDD-3000 Preamp Clone

Slowly but surely these are shipping out…keep in mind it does take me a fair bit of time to test each one thoroughly and box it up.  Those who have pre-ordered will be receiving emails or shipment notifications from me soon.  Thanks, Dave

Here’s a quick inspirational photo in the meantime:

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Comments
  1. David says:

    Fantastic! Just putting together a new rig, so will leave a space for it! Question – what IN/OUT settings does Edge use his SDD on? Does he always use the same settings? On all SDDs? Also, is it good to place it after the delays, before the AC30?

    • trabantland says:

      Edge uses -10 (In) and +4 (Out). I’m pretty sure pretty much all the pics I’ve seen show that. But keep in mind you shouldn’t use -10 (In) unless you have a buffer before it. It will depend on your delays and how much headroom they have, but I like it before pedals such as the DD20 or M13.

  2. Craig says:

    Great news Dave!

  3. Redge says:

    Sweet!

  4. Jules says:

    Great! Already got the USPS tracking info, can’t wait!

  5. Andrew says:

    Looking forward to it. Hope you got your ac 30 fixed!

    • trabantland says:

      I did – new power tubes, phase inverter, and replaced some resistors – it seems to be running great now. Thanks, Dave

  6. Ben says:

    I appreciate the time taken to produce, test and ship a quality product. Cant wait to experiment with this pedal. Always trying to find new sounds, really curious to hear this in chain with my old sdd 2000. I can see many possibilities with this pedal.

  7. William says:

    Wow! Great looking and good to hear they’re getting ready. Can’t wait to get mine!

  8. Robert says:

    Sweeeeeett…….

  9. punX says:

    great news! looking forward to it. x

  10. dave hart says:

    my dts pedal should be here on tuesday cant wait woooo

  11. Andrew says:

    Just got mine! Sounds Ace in front of the M13.

    Will be experimenting with it more when I get a second. But it looks great and certainly brings my AC15 to life!

    Cheers Dave

    I’d be interested to know how others are setting it up.

  12. Steve says:

    How do I order one, and how much?
    Is this more of a preamp or a boost?

    Thanks

    • trabantland says:

      Hi Steve – (And anyone else interested) You can contact me through the About/Contact link for ordering info. (It helps prevent spam to my email account this way – as opposed to posting my email address here.)

      The pedal is a very large clean boost, but with some of it’s own coloration. It’s the preamp circuit from the Korg SDD-3000 delay.

      Best Regards,
      Dave

  13. Peeler says:

    Fantastic Pedal! I received mine and ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! Top notch work Dave… its a pleasure to be an owner of the SDD-3KP!!!

  14. Duncan says:

    Dave –
    This is great quality work. The possibilities to enhance my pedalboard/rack is due to the great circuit you have developed.

    All the best,

    Duncan

  15. Steve says:

    How can I order?

  16. Jorge G says:

    Dave,

    Just got the pedal, awesome thanks!!!

  17. Jules says:

    Couple board pics:

    Thanks, love it!

  18. Chris says:

    Got my DTS last week Dave. Had a good tweak with it tonight at Pratice and it sounds great. Really good for the clean/delay U2 songs like Streets, Still Havent Found that my band covers. My band noticed the difference too. Thanks Dave!!

    Chris

  19. Shaun Ashley says:

    How can I order a sdd-3kp? I was interested in the psionic triad and then I ran across this pedal. Please let me know.

    • trabantland says:

      Hi You can contact me through the Contact/About page. I will contact you via email and then put you on the list if you decide you want one.

      Cheers,
      Dave

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