Over the past few months I've cooked up a several homemade electronics projects that I am now hoping to sell.
"But why are you selling them?" you may be asking. Well, the final plan is build a modular the good ol' fashioned 'Merican way. This is where I'm at after a few years of building and selling after a $50.00 investment in parts!
The prices on items are negotiable, especially when it comes to shipping arrangements and costs. I've included a "normal price" and a "super hero price" for anyone who wishes to subsidize my work. I'm not looking to trade, but thanks and maybe sometime in the future!
Payment through PayPal is preferred.
On top of the DIY stuff, I'm also selling a 64m GB USB Cartridge, a DMG, and an FB-01 Yamaha FM synthesizer.
Hit me up with any questions you may have.
byrnework (at) gmail (dottttt) com
USB Arcade Controller
Normal: $110 - Super Hero: $125
Photo set: http://bit.ly/GRqaIx
Info: So, it's a basic MIDI/OSC controller. Powered by USB port. Sorry no LED, wasn't thinking. Here's the Instructable I followed to construct it http://bit.ly/dEMhku. Please take a second to look it over. I think it's been designed to work with PC. Anyway, it's a fun little guy.
Modded and Rehoused Dan Electro Fab Echo Pedals
Normal: $75.00 - Super Hero: $90.00
Photo set: http://bit.ly/H2DPAi
Info: These are modded Fab Echo pedals. They self oscillate. It's not true bypass. Infinite repeats, a greater wet to dry mix ratio, and an added pot to control delay time. The faceplate is acrylic and has been laser etched. I followed instructions from this forum http://bit.ly/GSqRFt.
Normal: $50.00 - Super Hero: $75.00
Photo set: http://bit.ly/H14BeB
Info: Right. These are Arduino-based interfaces designed to turn your MIDI info into digestible packets for your Gameboy running mGB. The blue one is set for MIDI channels 12-15 and the red one is set for channels 7-11. They come with the appropriate MIDI to DMG cable. Not exactly sure why I decided to wire it that way, but it works and looks pretty, right? Build instructions and what not found over here http://bit.ly/17MYHO. Also, open to building custom Arduino Boys for anyone interested. Thanks!
Normal: whatever... - Super Hero: $65.00
Photo set: http://bit.ly/GRsGP3
Info: I was generally unimpressed with this little guy. Sure it makes some sounds, but they are undoubtedly unfriendly and void of nostalgia for anyone seeking harsh digital tones of yesteryear. It ended up looking pretty cute in a stompbox enclosure, however. Here's the info on it http://bit.ly/w6FrMY.
Yamaha FB-01 - FM Synthesizer
Normal: ? - Super Hero: $80.00
Info: I skinned it with some brown sticky paper. There are some air bubbles in it, but in general looks pretty bad ass. Also, will email you all the SYSEX info I have for it. Lots of patches!
USB 64m Smart Card
Normal: $35.00 - Super Hero: $40.00
Info: Currently booted up with mGB. Doesn't include USB cable. Will email you software associated with it. Here's some info on it http://bit.ly/BFWVc.
Poorly Painted Orange Backlit Half-clocked DMG
Normal: $? - Super Hero: $?
Info: Selling the orange one on the right btw. So this is the DMG that I practiced painting on. It looks pretty sweet at a performance, but in bright fluorescent light it looks like the moon. Two columns of pixels are broken, which might drive LSDJ bros crazy, but not a problem at all with mGB. It's half-clocked as well... permanently. There's no switch for that, and there's no sound mod on it. Not sure if this is of use to anyone.