This mini guitar amplifier is based on the Ruby Amp (runoffgroove.com). It delivers ½ Watt at 9V, being perfect as a home practice amp. It has gain and volume control, offering a very dynamic sound on any speaker.
This pedal emulates a VOX AC amplifier working at the limit. It has the ability to work as a clean boost or an overdrive depending on the volume and gain control, offering a great dynamic response and open sound.
This pedal can generate every tone you need. The Crunch channel provides from soft overdrive to hard rock distortion. The High Gain channel offers from rock gain stages to high-gain shred. Additionally a Boost will add extra volume to your pedal output.
The Box of Rock pedal emulates the JTM45 tone, a remarkable classic distortion sound. This pedal has very high headroom and you will be able to control the distortion tone by using your guitar volume knob.
This pedal boosts your treble with a very nice sounding. It is a very classic DIY project very close to the Rangemaster using silicon transistors. You can use it to add some treble or overdrive your amp with a great sound.
This is very simple and effective distortion circuit used in multiple designs like Lovepedal Woodrow. It emulates the tone of a cranked Fender 5E3 Tweed Deluxe amp. You can use this pedal to obtain many different tones and gains.
This is the classic Guv’nor, a high-gain distortion pedal. It has a vintage valve amp sounding, with a wide range of distortion and three knobs to control the tone. It is a perfect pedal for blues, rock or metal.
A preamplifier with Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET) makes your guitar sounds great, operating in similar manner to the vacuum tubes. This circuit is very simple to build and can be used as a booster.
The Tubescreamer is probably the most built overdrive pedal in the DIY community. The pedal has a characteristic mid-boosted tone perfect for soft rock and blues. Also, for rock and metal, it can be used before the lead channel of amplifier to make distor
The most popular DIY high-gain distortion pedal is here. The Brown Sound In A Box version 2 (BSIAB2) is the excellent distortion pedal. It performs Marshall-type distortion that sounds great with low or high drive.
Quality through-hole FETs are becoming hard to find, replacing them with their SMD version is the best solution. This PCB is designed for placing SMD transistors and easily substituting the through-hole ones.
This board will definitely help you to build your DIY guitar pedal in the 1590B enclosure. Just built your effect circuit on the preperforated area of the PCB. Led, jacks and footswitch are mounted on the PCB, being only necessary to wi
This classic DIY pedal is the Stratoblaster, a simple and effective booster. It is perfect to drive a tube amp or give presence to the solos. At high boost levels, it will give a nice and warm saturation.
This is the EA Tremolo, classic and simple DIY guitar effect project. This pedal varies the volume automatically over the time with speed and intensity controls. It also includes an LED indicator to flash in time with the effect speed.
Dr Q is a classic autowah DIY project. This envelope filter effect is highly interactive with the dynamics of the input signal, creating a distinctive choppy rhythm guitar similar to the funk recordings from the 1970s.