Diy guitar pedal

Discover the thrill of building your own guitar pedal with these top DIY ideas and tutorials. Unleash your creativity and create unique sounds for your guitar.
Distortion Pedal, Amplifier, Electronics Projects, Diy Amplifier, Guitar Distortion Pedal, Pedal, Electronics Projects Diy, Guitar Building, Distortion

Make an Easy Guitar Distortion Pedal (STEP BY STEP!): So, I decided to make an instructable! this is my 1st one, please feel free to comment on anything and everything. .... pleeaase comment! Here's the video of how to do it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ODWJxliqd4 Note: Please Rea…

AvatarS
Steve proudley
distortion pedal render.gif Distortion Pedal, Guitar Distortion Pedal, Pedalboard, Guitar Effects Pedals, Electronic Circuit Projects, Distortion Guitar, Pedal, Guitar Effects, Guitar Tech

Make an Easy Guitar Distortion Pedal (STEP BY STEP!): So, I decided to make an instructable! this is my 1st one, please feel free to comment on anything and everything. .... pleeaase comment! Here's the video of how to do it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ODWJxliqd4 Note: Please Rea…

Avatar
Samantha Briley Hodges
Make an easy guitar distortion pedal (STEP BY STEP!) Diy Guitar Pedal, Guitar Distortion Pedal, Diy Guitar Amp, Diy Pedalboard, Pedalboard, Guitar Pickups, Guitar Amp, Guitar Pedals, Easy Guitar

Make an Easy Guitar Distortion Pedal (STEP BY STEP!): So, I decided to make an instructable! this is my 1st one, please feel free to comment on anything and everything. .... pleeaase comment! Here's the video of how to do it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ODWJxliqd4 Note: Please Rea…

AvatarJ
Jonathan Marin
StompBoXed - The Guitar Pedal Builders Repository: MXR + / MXR+ / MXR Plus - Overdrive / Distortion Layout, Electronic Circuit, Electronic Circuit Design, Delay Pedal, Pedalboard, Distortion Pedal, Mxr Distortion, Pedal, Effects Pedals

The earliest version of the MXR+ used an LM741CN integrated circuit, as Pedal Area states there is only a small difference between this IC and the UA741CP (which I already had in my parts stash) but since these are fairly cheap and I'm going for vintage accuracy as much as possible I decided to buy some LM741CN. It also uses 1N270 germanium diodes (which I had never ever heard of before) so I had to track some of those down, which was easy enough on ebay.

Avatar
Ernest Collins