#1
tommorow im heading of down to the electronics store to gather parts for my current build(talk box and power amp) but i want to make another pedal after that, what pedal could i build that isn't too complicated? i am modding a wah and making a talk box so some thing that is about as hard as those to make.

im thinking an octaver pedal maybe a uni vibe if its not too hard...

i play psycadellic rock and electric blues, what pedal could i make?
#2
Well as it's your first pedal build, many people make fuzzes, distortions, booster. But if you want something a bit more then theres a large section of options.


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#3
well its my second pedal build and i did gcse technology so i now how to solder and that, so it shouldnt be too hard.
#4
Well have you got anything missing from your rig?


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#5
Fuzz Face clone!
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#6
Uni-vibe is hard, and I doubt you'll be able to find the parts anyway.

How about a tremolo, or a phaser?
#7
Quote by R_H_C_P
Fuzz Face clone!

+1
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#8
Quote by R_H_C_P
+1

hey, you're not allowed to +1 yourself!

i'll do it for you.

+1 for the FF. bazz fuss is fun, and sounds good.
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#9
How about a wah?
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#10
Quote by r_h_c_p
+1


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#11
ok looks like u guys ar saying fuzz face, so what fuzz? if im making a fuzz it has to be the absolute perfect fuzz, even if it means it being complicated.

i want it to be extremly dynamic but till still have the classic fuzz face type sound from roger mayer, as well as that amazingly groovey sound on bold as love
#13
You might not be able to get all the parts you need locally so that might effect what pedal you make something like a bazz fuss or a bluesbreaker will be easy to get parts for.
#15
Big Muff, they don't look overly complicated, but they sound awesome.
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#16
Quote by tubab0y
hey, you're not allowed to +1 yourself!

i'll do it for you.

+1 for the FF. bazz fuss is fun, and sounds good.

He's R_H_C_P, he can do whatever he wants.


I also agree on the clone. Nothing fits you better than the clone
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#17
Quote by The_0thersid3

i want it to be extremly dynamic but till still have the classic fuzz face type sound from roger mayer, as well as that amazingly groovey sound on bold as love

I own that fuzz.

Roger Mayer Classic Fuzz, perfect for me. Try one and see if you love it, then try and find the schematic for it.
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