#1
I'm finally getting into the world of pedal building. I figured I would start off easy with some GGG kits. My A/B switch box came today and aside from wiring the led's backwards at first, assembly went off without a hitch. I also ordered a Dan Armstrong Green Ringer octaver clone which should hopefully be delivered either tomorrow or Friday. I'll get on building that one asap and hopefully be done before Sunday when I go out of town for spring break. Pics and updates as soon as I get started on the green ringer


A/B box pics



Here I made the mistake of soldering the DC jack on the wrong side, so I'll go back and fix that eventually






#3
Alright Green Ringer time.


Kit came today


and now ive assembled my first PCB


Gut Shot


and now to fiddle with it


Now Ive sucessfully built my first pedals!
now I tink I can move on to something a little more complex, maybe a Rat or Fuzz face clone?

clips will be comming very soon. The sound is certianly interesting, I can see this little thing being fun.
Last edited by Ryker24 at Mar 14, 2009,
#4
even better - don't buy a kit next time and built it from scratch, Find the schem of the pedal you want to build and mod it maybe?
#5
Yea you should build one from scratch.
I suggest a Bazz Fuss.
Very simple fuzz circuit
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#6
Quote by guitarcam123
even better - don't buy a kit next time and built it from scratch, Find the schem of the pedal you want to build and mod it maybe?



That's what I was planning on doing. I'd probably get a pre-made PCB though, or I'm going to have to learn how to etch one.