#1
Hello.
I was wondering if it's possible to build a wah pedal on my own.
If yes - how?
Poor polish guitar player.
#2
it is possible, but I don't know how (A)
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#3
OFcourse it's possioble, and if you have knowledge of how to it's pretty easy. I can't tell you how off the top of my head, search online, threes tonnes of tut's . Also, maybe go into a radio shack, or a jaycar, they have kits for it, simple kits.

But search in google and you should find the answer, mate.


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#4
Sure, anything is possible.


You'll need some serious skills and tools to be able to make the mechanical part of it. The electronics are quite easy. You'd be better off buying a broken crybaby and redoing the whole inside instead.
#5
Wahs are the second-easiest pedal to build, next to Fuzz Face clones. There are tons of schems on the net. If you are too lazy to look, I can post a few here.
Last edited by Invader Jim at Mar 6, 2008,
#7
Quote by Invader Jim
Wahs are the second-easiest pedal to build, next to Fuzz Face clones. There are tons of schems on the net. If you are too lazy to look, I can post a few here.


Whaddabout single-transistor boosters? They usually don't need any fancy biasing or transistors from the 60's.