#1
HI this is my first build .
Iv put it all together on my breadboard and all I get is this buzz.
Everything is earthed properly.
So is there anything to look for when a pedal doesn't work first time.

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Rig:
Fender strat RB mod
Epi thunderbird bass

vox wah
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EH Big muff
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Atempt of LPB
@jecox ssssoooo ssweeeet that whole set up is so sweet. If I had any distortion/delay setup it would be the akai headrush and BM. Awesome set up.



#2
Quote by jecox13
HI this is my first build .
Iv put it all together on my breadboard and all I get is this buzz.
Everything is earthed properly.
So is there anything to look for when a pedal doesn't work first time.

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Rig:
Fender strat RB mod
Epi thunderbird bass

vox wah
|
EH Big muff
|
Atempt of LPB
look for reverse connections to your input and/or output jacks. If you connect the tip connection to ground, that will cause a ton of hum/buzz.
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#3
Also try reversing the transistors and check the way the capacitors are oriented.
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#4
will do but anymore advice
@jecox ssssoooo ssweeeet that whole set up is so sweet. If I had any distortion/delay setup it would be the akai headrush and BM. Awesome set up.