#1
recently i have been working with bias pots on my transistors to vary the voltage going into them at the collector. im starting to wonder if im measuring the voltage right?

i have the positive tip (red cable) of my multimeter at the collector of the transistor and the negative (black cable) at the negative terminal of the battery.. is this the correct way to meaure the bias?
#2
pretty much, the collector voltage means the node voltage at the collector to the reference node (ground). the red tip on the collector, black tip on ground. plug your battery in, put a jack inside ur input cable to complete the circuit, and turn the pedal on.
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#3
thanks i was doing it right after all^^ it was one of those wierd moments when you think..hold on is this right? lol