Misc

Child pages:

  • Air Brake Attenuator – scaled-down version of the well known attenuator
  • Audio Probe – very simple contraption that helps with debugging audio circuits
  • Circuit Layout Tips – making a quiet and reliable amp and effect layouts
  • Component Selection – some suggestions for parts and supplies
  • DIY Sustainer – how to make your own sustainer from scratch
  • Crappy Desktop Speaker Mods – trying to make cheap speakers act as semi-decent monitors
  • DIY Vespel Picks – home made Blue Chip/Gravity pick cross
  • Dummy Load – simple device that lets you run a tube amp without an actual speaker
  • Fake Capacitors – how to spot fake electrolytic capacitors and avoid them
  • Flexi Clip – adds many different clipping options to any circuit that uses clipping diodes
  • Guitar Wiring 101 – instructions and common wiring configuration dissected
  • Isolation Cabinet – place to store my gear and record silently
  • L-pad – probably the simplest and cheapest way to attenuate output of an amplifier
  • Panasonic WM-61A Mic – great sounding but cheap and simple to build electret microphone
  • Power Supply – pedal power supply with regulated 9VDC and 12VDC outputs
  • Power Supply MK2 – simple variable voltage regulated power supply with sag control
  • The Ultimate Power Supply – heavy duty isolated power supply for all my effects
  • Tips & Tricks – collection of random stuff that I wish I knew earlier
  • Value Statistics – charts with the most common component values for effect pedals
  • Zog-zog – lightbulb attenuator with line out tap and dummy load

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    The idea behind this site is to share my experience with Do It Yourself approach to guitars, amplifiers and pedals. Whether you want to save a couple of bucks by performing a mod or upgrade yourself instead of paying a tech, or want to build your own piece of gear from scratch, I'm sure you will find something interesting here. Also, this is the home of DIY Layout Creator, a free piece of software for drawing circuit layouts and schematics, written with DIY enthusiasts in mind.