This pedal has been in the works for a long time. I suppose the story starts years ago when I scavenged an old roadside Gulbransen organ, thrilled to find it overflowing with nice reusable poly caps, resistors, switches, pots, wire, and
This pedal was created against all odds, in the back lounge of a Prevost nightliner between Chicago and Seattle, then flown to Brazil where it was placed in the hands of its new owner. I do so few commissions, that
AB amp channel switcher built for live use with green (CH1) and red (CH2) LEDs. The switch will also work with any equipment that requires a TS connection using the channel 1 output.
I have a habit of tearing apart and rearranging my pedal board for just about every tour that I go on. Earlier this year, I had switched the entire board over to a 6-channel true bypass strip and ran all
Momentary A/B switch for switching two inputs to one output. This pedal was built specifically to switch a microcassette player into the signal path when the switch on the pedal was held down. This pedal was built for and used
Tremolo pedal based off of the Electronics Australia circuit. This pedal was made for Mike York of Pianos Become the Teeth. I thought I would post some process pictures as I’ve never really done that before. The enclosure was machined,
If you’re like me, you have a whole bunch of these kinds of power supplies all mangled up and lying broken in a box or tossed in a drawer somewhere. Instead of throwing them out and buying a new one,