While many facets of electronic projects construction have waxed and waned over the years, musical effects units have remained as popular as can be home constructed for much less than the cost of an equivalent ready-made product. Also, some of the more weird and wonderful effects units fort the home constructor have no true commercial equivalents. This book provides practical circuits for a number of electronic musical effects units. All can be built are relatively low cost, and use standard,readily available components. The projects covered include: Wad-Wad units, distortion units, phaser, guitar envelope shaper, compressor, tremolo unit, metal effects unit, bass and treble boosters, graphic equalizer, parametric equalizer. The projects cover a range of complexities, but most are well within the capabilities of the average electronics hobbyist. None of the projects require these of test equipment in order to get them set up correctly, and several of the projects are suitable for near beginners.
"The whole point of diy is diy. It's not dsoiyathodtr - do some of it yourself and then have others do the rest" (paulc)
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