I am trying to fix the buzz problem in my torevibe. I have read several posts about proper grounding and layout, and mine is a big mess, because originaly it was only 6g15 and i added the vibrato layout. I am not an electronics expert so i was afraid to built a torevibe from the begining, it seemed very difficult to me. I thought it was safer to built the reverb first and if it was working to add the vibrato. Big mistake!!! I ruined a good working reverb unit
Now there is a lot of buzz increasing by the MIX pot. Of course the other pots interact in this buzz. I can change the speed of the buzz, the tone... if you can understand what i mean.
Anyway, i found out that there are a lot of things to improve. My first question is: if i isolate the input jack of the reverb pan from the chassis, then the grounds of this jack (in which i have soldered the wire of the O/T) should be routed to other ground or not? and the o/t just to ground only?
Another thing that bothers me is that the heater twisted wires are too close to some caps of the vibrato cirquit (almost touching) I chose the orange drops which are too big and there is not enough room in my homemade aluminium chassis. I suppose this contributes to buzz/hum?
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.