#1
Basically what the title says.

I have no experience with circuits, but I was wondering if there was any places online I could learn how to work with circuits over the summer? What would I need to do this (equipment-wise)?
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#3
i have no idea, but do you got the worn cherry or the worn brown SG?
#7
Quote by Nephalimrising
there are kits for building pedals at
www.buildyourownclone.com
they are good i built one recently and its great

Thats great, but I have no idea how to work with circuits :/ Thats what I want to learn.
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#8
looks cool i have tried to build my own clone it's not that hard just keep with it

p.s. it's the middle of feb, what are you thinking?
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#9
Quote by Leadhead3225
looks cool i have tried to build my own clone it's not that hard just keep with it

p.s. it's the middle of feb, what are you thinking?

Is it considered stupid to think ahead of time? I really wasnt aware of that.

Will I need a soldering iron? Basically what I'm asking is for a tutorial on working with pedals/circuits.
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#11
Buy a soldering iron a mosey on over to the pedal building thread
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