#2
By cover do you mean the case? You can buy different size cases for pedals, then drill holes to match your pots and switches.
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#4
i suppose u could...but unless you are good at working with metal it prolly wont look as good
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#6
I just use the aluminium diecast Hammond enclosures, and usually don't bother painting them or anything like :S (painting the ****ing box nicely is twice as hard as making the actual circuit work )
#7
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(painting the ****ing box nicely is twice as hard as making the actual circuit work )


And one big reason the Zvex pedals are all so spendy, custom art graphics.
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#8
wait...so you actually make the insides of the pedal from scratch...like...what makes the pedal sound??
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#9
If you are making a custom pedal yes. Obviously, you can buy them too. Making your own pedals is just another hobby some guitar players have.
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#10
It's not hard to build most pedals you see these days. All the parts are fairly readily accessible (germainium is tough to come by at times) and schematics are available on line.
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