So, I've built a couple Jubilees in the past - including all the mods listed here in the forum and on the layout page, and it's an awesome circuit, BUT...
The consistent complaint I get is the switch pop when the circuit is engaged. I use LMS switches, ground everything, and it still pops. I've eliminated everything I can (LED off switch, star grounds, etc.) to no avail. What would be the easiest way to add a 1M-2M2 pulldown resistor to the layout to help mitigate the issue?
The drive pot comes before the input cap and the volume pot comes after the output cap. Both of these are grounded. I don't know why it's popping, but unless there's a build error extra pulldowns won't help.
Re: Lovepedal Jubilee - adding a pull-down resistor?
That's the one. I've built three of them - all working, knifed strips, checked solder joints, etc. I measured the components before soldering, etc. I've tried replacing the stomps, checking continuity, star grounding, etc...and they all pop when engaged.