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Unread 01-07-2012, 01:39 AM   #11
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kits are a good way to start into building pedals, though don't expect it to work without LOTS of troubleshooting. just like with programming, you often spend most of the time debugging a circuit until you get it to work. especially with increasing number of components and pots.

for somebody who's just starting, i'd strongly recommend starting by building a simple boost (super hard on, for example) or an AB switcher.

beware that kits are also mostly pricey and often won't be much cheaper than buying the cloned pedal used.


edit: can't watch the video for some strange reason?
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