Even if you don't know an ohm from a volt, Craig Anderton's revised and expanded book shows you how to build 27 accessories that enhance your sound and broaden your musical horizons. If you're an old hand at musical electronics, you'll really appreciate that all of the processors, from tube sound fuzz to phase shifter are compatible and work together without creating noise, signal loss, bandwidth compression or any of the other problems common to interconnecting effects from different manufacturers. There's even a complete chapter on how to modify and combine effects to produce your own custom pedal board. Low cost project kits available from PAiA help make even your first exposure to electronics a pleasant, hassle-free experience and thanks to CD bound into the book, you know just how the device will sound before you even start.
These kits include circuit board and all components. Instructions for the assembly of each kit are part of the book "Electronic Projects for Musicians" and are not duplicated with the kit. To allow maximum flexibility in their application, no cases or enclosures are included, but the PAiA FracRak card cage is an economical alternative to the Vero (TM) cases shown in the book. Circuit boards are available alone at the prices listed under "pc only". Kit w/pc prices are for all parts and includes the circuit board. Unlisted projects have no kits available.
Hey Guys, I've been building your projects for quite awhile with great success and thought it was about time that I said thanks as well as send a photo of my last project. I built the Envelope Controlled Phazer a few years ago from the book "Electronic Projects For Musicians" and loved it so much that I decided to build it again in pedal form. I was going for the retro/vintage look as well as functionality. It turned out to be one of my favorite projects. It's a great sounding project that is every bit as flexible and useable as any commercially available effect pedal. Thanks again for the great projects and for making the learning a little bit more enjoyable! Be watching for more photos of other PAiA projects. Thanks, Tim Creek -Nashville, TN