Pedals & Kits
Are you a DIY'er and enjoy building your own gear? Our kits range from beginner to advanced skills, so there is something for everyone!
Effects Pedal - Maxon, PT999, Phase Tone
The Maxon PT999 is a direct reissue of their classic 1970’s analog phaser. This pedal can range in speed from 0.2Hz up to 14Hz for a wide range of phase effects. The lower speeds offer slow moving phasing with a subtle and shimmering sound while faster speeds can take sounds into swirling and swooshing phaser sounds.
- Low-noise design with wide dynamic range perfect for both live sound and recording
- Works well with any electric instrument such as guitar, bass, and keyboards
- Offers a variety of sounds using the speed control to morph from clear and mild phase tones to heavy rolling phaser sounds
- LED indicator for effect on/off
- DC power or 9V battery
- Made in Japan
Parts Kit - HS Treble Booster Pedal, Si Version, Premium Build
PCB and parts kit for the HS Treble Booster. This is based on the more common silicon version that used a 2N4061 transistor. This kit includes all of the resistors, and capacitors used on the included circuit board. A 2N4061 transistor is included. In addition to the PCB parts, a footswitch, jacks, battery snap, and ground lug are all included in this parts kit.
Kit - BusBoard, Junior Genius Blinky Lights Kit
Junior Genius Kits are built for experimentation, learning and fun! Experience the joy of seeing your first LED light up. The Blinky Lights Kit leads you through 10 core activities, from a simple LED circuit up to more advanced transistor LED blinky light circuits, using standard parts on a real-world breadboard. Learn about voltage and current by using LEDs, resistors, capacitors and transistors. You'll be able to build circuits using a schematic diagram, and there's plenty of help to get you there. Simple examples make it easy to grasp the basics and 'What's Happening' and 'Things To Try' sections encourage you to dig deeper. You will get valuable assembly and troubleshooting experience as you learn to use a great experimentation tool, the solderless breadboard. Real hands-on experience means greater educational value. This next-generation science kit doesn’t seal the parts into simplified plastic blocks.
Effects Pedal - Maxon, SM9Pro+, Super Metal Pro Plus
The SM9Pro is an upgraded version of the classic SM9 from Maxon. The original core of the circuit was kept intact and bolstered to meet the needs of heavy metal guitarists. A refined EQ control featuring an adjustable mid scoop allows users to dial in the perfect balance for their sound. The gain control provides sounds that range from classic heavy metal to the devastating tones of modern metal.
Field Strength Meter Kit - Ham Nation, Bob Heil
Kit components for the Ham Nation Field Strength Meter project. From HAMNation episode 289.
Guitar Wiring Upgrade Kit - Mod® Electronics, SG Standard
The K-GMOD-7 is a vintage style wiring kit for SG guitars. Use this kit to upgrade your current SG electronics to high quality parts. This kit also includes a treble bleed mod for the volume pots to enhance clarity with lower settings and comes with detailed instructions and all the parts you need to make your modification.
Pine Board AM Transmitter components - Ham Nation, Bob Heil
Kit components for the Ham Nation AM Transmitter project.
Power Supply components - Ham Nation, Bob Heil
Kit components for the Ham Nation Power Supply project. From HAMNation episodes 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, and 295
LiteIIB 18W Kit - Scratch Build Parts
GuitarAmplifierPCBs.com 18 Watt LiteIIb "Baby Will" Parts List for Scratch Build The Baby Will is a PCB simplified version of the legendary Marshall 18 Watt 1974x circuit. The circuit we laid out on a circuit board is known as the LiteIIb. It's capable of tone from clean jazz, crunchy blues, to raunchy classic rock. Crank up the volume and you'll be in AC/DC Back In Black heaven. The magic of the LiteIIb is its simplicity.
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LiteIIB 18W Kit - Valve Junior Conversion Parts
Convert your Epiphone Valve Jr. into a Lite IIb 18 Watt amp using the "Baby Will" kit. The Baby Will is a PCB simplified version of the legendary Marshall 18 Watt 1974x circuit. The circuit laid out on a circuit board is known as the LiteIIb. It's capable of tone from clean jazz, crunchy blues, to raunchy classic rock. Crank up the volume and you'll be in AC/DC Back In Black heaven
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