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Chris marked it as to-read Jan 16, It’s a rack mount fuzz effect that splits your signal into four bandwidths and allows you to adjust the fuzz for each. Not so much what they do and why, but that’s not really the focus of this book.

This unique book features step-by-step projects for guitarists who want to maximize do-it-yoursdlf personalize electric sound quality, and minimize electronic problems. If iTunes doesn’t open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.

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Aaron Faul rated it really liked it Feb 26, Lists with This Book. You can infer a lot from studying the projects. This means that, right out of the gate, you’re going to need to know or learn how to source work alike components.

Projects include installing a de-hisser to create vintage effects, a great-sounding tube preamp, a cord tester that catches intermittent problems, adapters to interface with studio gear, and more.

In fact, this book is light on theory. John Do-it-yoursel marked it as to-read Sep 01, Books by Craig Anderton.

Treborikki Pomegranates added it Jun 29, Some day, I’ll get that kit and build me a Quadrafuzz. Ej2pift rated it liked it Dec 02, Ricardo Matamoros rated bby it was amazing Oct 22, The first chapter, on reading schematics, is very helpful to the beginner, given that it discusses the components that make up a circuit, what they look like on a schematic and what they’re used for.

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