Hey, are you still trying to get this to work?
I have a bunch of these old Fuzzrites -- PM me if you need info on specific parts or pics of specific areas.
The schematics on the web are often wrong.
That's my Fuzzrite pic you used way back on page 1. I've taken readings off the pots and they're a bit odd.
The Si Fuzzrite pots are 330K or 350K audio (most likely 350K). That's a non standard value nowadays, so you can use 500K (like the fuzzbrite). This is true for both the phenolic board and sprague module models. The pot codes are the same on both, so both pots are the same.
The Ge Fuzzrites used 500K audio for the depth control and 500K linear for the volume control.
You can use a 500k pot and solder a resistor in parallel across lugs 1 and 3 to get closer to the value you want.
1/Rtotal = 1/R1+1/R2
Use this page to calculate the values you need: http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-paralresist.htm
Here's a good pic showing the cap on the switch. It's 4.7uF
(it's not letting me embed images properly as they're too big)http://i.imgur.com/0BdjB.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/bv0C1.jpg
Here's the pot codehttp://i.imgur.com/1xf7a.jpg
This is the pot code from a Foxey Lady, which is a Sprague module Fuzzritehttp://i440.photobucket.com/albums/qq12 ... tcode1.jpg
Just out of interest, this is thepot code from a 66 Ge Fuzzritehttp://i440.photobucket.com/albums/qq12 ... 33b746.jpg
Hit me up if you need any more info/pics
FWIW, I'm convinced that's a Fuzzrite in the Hendrix clip too.