#1
what do the little x's in the green mean?
what does "vcc" (in the red) mean?
and what is the thing in the yellow?

thank in advance

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#2
The thing in the yellow circle is an op amp, the green is a Gunn Diode i think.
I'm pretty sure the Vcc is something to do with positive supply voltage but my electronics is alittle hazy.
#3
thanks

but i still need to know what vcc means...
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#4
That's definately not a gunn diode - gunn diodes ("negistors") are used in gigahertz oscillators, not the sort of thing you want in a guitar effect. The green Xs are offboard connectors, places where a wire leaves the PCB to go to another place such as a the lugs on a potentiometer, battery clips, jacks or switches. You're right about the opamp, it says in the bottom right what part number it is, so buy that one and you can ensure the pin numbers are the same as in the schematic. The VCC symbol, in this case, is just the same as a + or positive. The circuit looks like it's using a "dying battery" power supply, which makes the power appear to lag a bit as if your battery was going flat - some people prefer distortion like that. Just connect all the places with VCC together.
#5
THANK YOU!!! i couldnt find any of that anywhere now i can make my pedal
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