# Pedal Parts / DIY

Diode - 1N270, Germanium, DO-7
1N60 point-contact germanium diodes in a DO-7 package. 1N60 diodes were used in many vintage electronics and also make for great clipping diodes in stompbox effects pedals. The MXR® Distortion+ uses the 1N270
$1.75 Diode - 1N34A Germanium, low leakage The 1N34A Germanium diode is an old standby in electronics. Widely used for detecting the rectifying efficiency or for switching on a radio, TV or stereo etc.$1.75
Diode - 1N5817, Schottky, High Switching Speed
Schottky diode with low forward voltage drop and high switching speeds.
$0.15 Diode - 1N5818, Schottky, High Switching Speed, 30V, 10A 1N5818 schottky diode with low forward voltage drop and high switching speeds. • Very small conduction losses • Negligible switching losses • Extremely fast switching • Low forward voltage drop • Avalanche capability specified$0.15
Diode - 1N60, Germanium, DO-7
1N60 point-contact germanium diodes in a DO-7 package. 1N60 diodes were used in many vintage electronics and also make for great clipping diodes in stompbox effects pedals.
$1.25 Diode - 1N914, Small Signal The 1N914 is a small signal diode similar to the 1N4148 and is common in many older electronics. The 1N914 is general purpose and can be used in a multitude of different applications.$0.18
Diode - BAT41, Schottky, Small Signal
The BAT41 is a schottky diode used in many DIY projects. General purpose metal to silicon diode featuring very low turn-on voltage and fast switching. This device has integrated protection against excessive voltage such as electrostatic discharges.
$0.28 Diode - Fast Recovery, 1A, 600V, 1N4937 A semiconductor device that, above a certain reverse voltage(the zener value) has a sudden rise in current. If forward biased, the diode is an ordinary rectifier. When reverse biased, it exhibits a sharp break in its current-voltage graph. Voltage across the diode remains essentially constant for any further increase of reverse current.$0.20
Diode - General purpose rectifier, 1A, 1N400X
A semiconductor device which passes current in the forward direction (from anode to cathode), and blocks current in the opposite direction.
Starting at $0.15 Diode - Silicon Rectifier, 3A, 400V, 1N5404 A semiconductor device which passes current in the forward direction(from anode to cathode), and blocks current in the opposite direction.$0.35
Diode - small signal fast switching, 1N4148A
A semiconductor device which passes current in the forward direction(from anode to cathode), and blocks current in the opposite direction. For extreme fast switches.
$0.20 Diode - Small Signal Fast Switching, 1N4448 A semiconductor device which passes current in the forward direction(from anode to cathode), and blocks current in the opposite direction. Features • Silicon epitaxial planar diodes • Low power loss, high efficiency • Low leakage • Low forward voltage • High speed switching • High current capability • High reliability Used in a variety of Fender amps. Replacement for Fender part number 0006260049$0.15
Diode - standard recovery rectifier, 3A, 1000V, 1N5408
1N5408 Diode. Lead mounted standard recovery rectifiers are designed for use in power supplies and other applications having need of a device with the following features:
• High Current to Small Size
• High Surge Current Capability
• Low Forward Voltage Drop
$0.38 Diode - Zener, 1W, 5% Tolerance A semiconductor device that, above a certain reverse voltage(the zener value) has a sudden rise in current. If forward biased, the diode is an ordinary rectifier. When reverse biased, it exhibits a sharp break in its current-voltage graph. Voltage across the diode remains essentially constant for any further increase of reverse current. Starting at$0.20
Diode - Zener, 5 Watt, ±5% tolerance
5W zener diodes that are great for use in tube amps. These are commonly used to drop B+ voltages for tube modification compatibility or to create low power modes for the amp. A zener is a semiconductor device that, above a certain reverse voltage(the zener value) has a sudden rise in current. If forward biased, the diode is an ordinary rectifier. When reverse biased, it exhibits a sharp break in its current-voltage graph. Voltage across the diode remains essentially constant for any further increase of reverse current.
\$0.55
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