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September 27, 2021 67 min

Do magic diodes exist? Are bucket brigade chips analog? What is the deal with the clipping circuit in the Klon Centaur? John and I get into all of this and more on this very rad episode of the podcast.

John Snyder is the main dude behind Electronic Audio Experiments and is responsible for some of the raddest pedals in recent memory. He first came on the podcast in 2017, and the story has only gotten more and more interesting since then. If you'd like to check out that first appearance and get some of earlier backstory check that out HERE.

You can check out his pedals HERE.

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