#1
Good evening everyone,
Thinking of building a BYOC large Beaver... trouble is I have never done in before, I am nt technically/electronically minded, but know the very basics of soldering (meaning I can solder a cable) although I haven't done any in the last 15 years.
Providing that I follow the instructions to the letter, would I be successsful witn this? How hard is this particular pedal? Anyone tried it?
#2
I don't know about that particular pedal, but I did one a couple weeks ago without any soldering experience. Just follow the instructions and take your time and you'll be good.
Quote by Ace88
Forgive me, O bastion of ear tuning. My stringeth be old, my tuning be quick; hopefully one day your string will snap you in the dick.
#3
Fuzz's are quite easy to build, but take a look at www.diypedalkits.com, all there pedals use strip boards rather than PCB's and they are based in the UK.
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Sums up whisky perfectly
#4
It's like trying to thread a needle while wearing boxing gloves, while making love to a beautiful woman, while in front of the Queen, while on fire.
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Because I bend in such an unorthodox fashion; the notes kinda slide up and slide down...
#5
Quote by ch0
It's like trying to thread a needle while wearing boxing gloves, while making love to a beautiful woman, while in front of the Queen, while on fire.


...wat?
Quote by Ace88
Forgive me, O bastion of ear tuning. My stringeth be old, my tuning be quick; hopefully one day your string will snap you in the dick.
#7
Quote by Jak Archer
Fuzz's are quite easy to build, but take a look at www.diypedalkits.com, all there pedals use strip boards rather than PCB's and they are based in the UK.


That may be, but I want the Big Muff Ram's head clone, you see.