#1
So, I'm interested in building my own pedals. I have no experience. This site has a beginners kit with step by step instructions for building your own kit. It comes with all the tools and parts you'd need.

http://www.buildyourownclone.com/tools.html
The beginners kits are at the bottom of the page. Anyone know if this is a good idea, or maybe some better alternatives? I'm planning on choosing a Blues Breaker Clone by the way.
RG351DX - Bridge Dragonfire Screamer, Mid+Neck Fender Hot Noiseless
Peavey Valveking 112 - Eminence GB128
AMT E1 > Joyo AC Tone > Dan'o EQ > Shimverb > Digidelay
#3
Ya, BYOC is by far the best option for a first build, IMO. Their kits are geared towards those with little experience.
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#4
Hooray thanks guys. I'll be able to split the costs for my birthday next month. This should be fun.
RG351DX - Bridge Dragonfire Screamer, Mid+Neck Fender Hot Noiseless
Peavey Valveking 112 - Eminence GB128
AMT E1 > Joyo AC Tone > Dan'o EQ > Shimverb > Digidelay