#1
hackaday.com/2011/04/06/circuit-building-with-a-hammer-and-nails/
Lul i saw this technique do you think i could use this technique to make diy pedalzzz lul
i am an electronics noob btw heheehe
#2
that's actually pretty cool..
i don't see why it wouldn't work, just it might get very crowded and complicated?
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#3
Its basically a PCB made from wood.
Anyone see "It Might Get Loud"?
Jack White makes a "guitar" with a few pieces of wood, a guitar string, some nails, a coke bottle and a pickup.
I love stuff like that.
Last edited by CodeMonk at Apr 7, 2011,
#6


That needs to go in some kind of DIY Hall of Fame.

Now...lets see an A/DA Flanger on a board like that

On AAAA flame maple
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#7
I always wanted to make pedulzzzz minus the acids
its a dream come true...
#12
Can someone give me a link to a n00b's guide to read schematics
i want to build a ts9,ts808,boss c-1 and some anlouge delay pedal badly
yea,i am poor sob sob sob
*farts*
#13
Quote by deepsal
Can someone give me a link to a n00b's guide to read schematics
i want to build a ts9,ts808,boss c-1 and some anlouge delay pedal badly
yea,i am poor sob sob sob
*farts*

Start with learning to read the fuzz face circuit, there are tons of articles, build from there. Gotta learn to crawl first.

A Tube Screamer could probably be built in your first month.

A delay, not so much.
Last edited by _LoveFuzz_ at Apr 7, 2011,
#14
Well can you give me a link of a fuzz face circuit which you or some other guy has tried,tested and given thumbs up,there are millions with slight variations
pleseee
#15
http://www.smallbearelec.com/HowTos/BreadboardSiFF/BreadboardSiFF.htm

How to read it, how to build it. I've built this exact circuit numerous times. You can even buy their kit with all the parts to build it.

The only thing that doesn't really work its adding a tone-stack. The fuzz face circuit isn't designed to handle one (enormous volume drop), without another gain stage after it - like a Big Muff.
Last edited by _LoveFuzz_ at Apr 7, 2011,
#17
Whew this is awesome, im showing this to my dad, hes a magician with an soldering iron.
#18
Quote by deepsal
www.diystompboxes.com/pedals/hornet.jpg
Build this pleaseeeee codemonk and make a video so that i can make one of my own



My plate is kind of full right now. No time for another project ATM.

Learn to read schematics then read the tutorial link in my sig to build your own circuit board

The tutorial also includes a link on how to read schematics.
Last edited by CodeMonk at Apr 7, 2011,
#20
Quote by deepsal
hackaday.com/2011/04/06/circuit-building-with-a-hammer-and-nails/
Lul i saw this technique do you think i could use this technique to make diy pedalzzz lul
i am an electronics noob btw heheehe


That is called a "breadboard" and the technique goes back to the 1920s or so. It still works, but is a bit clunky for the small components we use in pedals.

This is the modern version:


Both methods are noisier than a proper build but will let you test things first.
#21
Yes i know about the modern breadboards,the wayyy outdated yet simple technology is cool though