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Bruce R


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I own Pedal Parts and Kits, the exclusive supplier of kits with GuitarPCB.com circuit boards in the USA. I contributed my first circuit board design to GuiarPCB.com in February 2012, and today, about half of the circuit boards offered by GuitarPCB were designed by me.

I took a couple electronics classes in college. I started building pedals in 2011, and have learned a lot in that time. I am no electrical engineer, but I enjoy this stuff for sure. I am a far better pedal builder than I am guitar player, unfortunately.

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2 Comments

Reply petevig
9:21 PM on March 13, 2014 
I wanted to share your pain, after all, mod is an abbreviation for minion.
Reply petevig
11:01 PM on April 29, 2012 
Bruce,
FYI link below for pedal builders crash course, this is a very handy tool that I have added to my favorites. You may want to add to the instructions for identifying resistor values.
http://samengstrom.com/15924820/en/read/5_Band_Resistor_Color_Cod
es?history=24614782
it is very simple tool that tells you the value of 4 and 5 band resistors. You simply click each color band in succession and read the value to the right. It will not let you enter color values backwards in most cases, as the color swatch will not be available. Assume there is the exception as in the case of 10 ohms and 150K where the bands read forward for one and backward for the other..