I've done my own version using .47uf, 1.5uf, an 10uf. I combined it with what is basically the old BYOC digital delay and opticomp. There are significant modifications, but the idea & the effect on the signal are very, very similar. I've graduated from the school of BYOC, and I can now design my own boards. That's why the layout is so different. I just wanted to add some more sound clips to encourage people to try the Lazy Sprocket. I love to play with the effect, and even though it is a "one-trick pony", I find it can be used to create a wide array of sonic landscapes.
Here are the three videos I have up now. I used to have seven videos of different evolutions of my design...but I think three is plenty! The third video is just the Lazy Sprocket with a clean boost. The current version I produce commercial is called the Bumblebee (http://www.vfepedals.com
), which includes both an optical compressor & blend control. Thanks.http://www.youtube.com/user/VonRutter