These scans below are the 'Guitar Effects Processor' (GEP) pages from Practical Electronics
(1975 July Issue) on which my original Gristleizer unit was based. The circuit was designed by Roy Gwinn.
Much of the info on these pages serve as a simple depository for the plethora of Gristleizer related projects, concepts, products and news stories from around the internet. Apart from my own Gristleizers and our new Eurorack format modules the only other commercial Gristleizer I have used was the 2009 desktop reproduction by Endagered Audio Research, USA - see my post above ‘The Gristleizer Reproduction - 2009 Desktop Edition’. I am listing this information here as a service to everyone/anyone who may be unaware of these Gristleizer products but who may also be interested in finding out more about them. I have no affiliations with the companies listed or mentioned (except FSS of course) and so they are in no way endorsed or condoned by me or (as far as I know) by Roy Gwinn. Also (relating to what I said above) I cannot vouch for the quality of any of those Gristleizer products that I have not used. - Chris Carter 2017
Last updated April 2017
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