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How to Program Guitar Effect Pedals:
By definition, guitar effects pedals give you access to sounds your guitar cannot produce. Knowing how to program the pedals, however, can help you develop your own vocabulary of tones--different, even, than the many other players who use those same pedals
- Take your time. Dialing in tones with effects is a matter of trial and error: It's not unusual for guitarists to spend an hour or so seeing what a pedal can do and trying different approaches. If you're constantly experimenting, you may arrive at the right tone over time, but even if you're the "set it and forget it" type, take time to set it just right
- Read the directions. Some pedals--especially multi-effects--can be tough to program at first. Reading the instructions can give you background on the manufacturer's intent. But even if you're programming a simple, single pedal, referring to a manufacturer's recommendations can be a good starting point for your explorations
- Start with the presets. If you're plugged in and playing, you're automatically starting with the presets, of course, but once you begin customizing small details, use the settings of each preset as a home base
- Go for specific tones. Most guitarists buy an effect after hearing another guitar player use it. If you're inspired by one of your idols' tones, don't stop there--try to get as close as you can. Even if you never get the exact same sound as your idol, you'll learn a lot in the process
- Take notes. As geeky as it may seem, writing down your favorite settings can make a big difference. You don't have to keep the notes forever--just until you've tried lots of options and feel like coming back to one you really loved
- See and hear how the experts do it. There are many websites, magazines and forums filled with effects-pedal wisdom from your fellow six-stringers, and lots of guitar idols talk about their pedals in interviews. If you have a problem programming a pedal, it's highly likely that whatever issue you're facing has been faced before, and the answer's out there
- Rearrange them. If you're using more than two single effects pedals, it's important to put some thought into lining them up in the proper order. There are definite technical considerations that can improve your overall sound (and the effectiveness of each pedal). Consult a website such as Guitar Geek (see Resources) to see how the pros do it
- Play the pedals through an amp. Although it may be tempting to program your pedals on headphones, the sound of your amp is a crucial factor. If you dial in a tone with earbuds, be aware that an effect can sound very different once it's coming through your amp, turned up loud in your practice room or onstage
- Throw out the rules. Once you've seen how your idols program their pedals, find your own way. Tweak your effects for your fingers, your guitar, each song, your practice room and the band. No two situations are the same, so make your own rules
How to Make Your Own Electric Guitar Effects Pedal:
Electric guitar effects pedals are used to improve, alter or color the tone of the guitar. Popular effects include distortion, chorus, phaser and delay. Every effect pedal has an internal processor, which manipulates the guitar signal before sending the signal to the amplifier. You can normally adjust the degree of signal manipulation with a control on the front of the device. Making your own electric guitar effects pedal is a great way of getting a unique, custom sound. It's easy to do if you use an effects pedal kit
- Decide which effects pedal you want to make. Distortion is a fairly simple effect to get started with, but the process for assembling the circuitry and components is similar for most effects
- Order your parts. You can buy all your parts individually or as part of a guitar effects pedal kit. If you are inexperienced at building your own electric guitar effects pedals, start off with a kit. The kit will have all of the necessary components as well as a schematic that illustrates the layout of the parts
- Purchase a prefboard. They are a great help when learning to build circuits, as they enable you to test the circuit without soldering any parts together. So if you make an error, you simply unplug the part from the prefboard and correct it. Some prefboards can be incorporated into the finished unit; others can only be used for testing purposes
- Create a suitable work space. It will need to be well lit and well ventilated. You'll also need your worktable within reach of a power point so that you can plug in your soldering iron
- Read and make sure you understand the schematic. You must follow the schematic precisely so that the electric guitar effects pedal works. If you ignore the schematic, you risk damaging the components and will have to buy replacements
- Set up your prefboard. You can slot each component, wire and processor into the holes on the prefboard. Consult the schematic to make sure you have all of the parts in the right order and then power the prefboard with a 9-volt battery and test it. You can plug your guitar into the prefboard circuit to test it and it will function like the finished pedal
- Strip the ends of the wires so that they are ready for soldering. Gradually remove the components from the prefboard and solder them together, in the order that you had them on the prefboard. You should aim to be as accurate with your soldering as possible to avoid creating a mess inside the pedal. It is also a good idea to use as little wire as possible. Having lots of loops and loose wire makes arranging the circuit inside the pedal chassis quite tricky
- Gently insert your finished circuit inside the bottom half of the unit chassis. Screw on the top part of the chassis and power it with a 9-volt battery. Plug in your guitar and test the unit
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