The power section is the heart of any electronic device, and without that pulse, you can’t accomplish anything. No power means you’re missing out on all the fun of having one of these toenail smashers - which is to make some noise, impress your friends, make new friends, and at the very least, have an… Continue reading A Beginners Guide To Pedalboards Pt. 2 : Those Boards Don’t Work, Unless You Have Power!
A Beginners Guide To Pedalboards Pt. 1: Choosing Your Pedals
My first pedals were a DOD Grunge overdrive and a Dunlop Cry Baby. I was drawn to the aesthetic of those early DOD pedals because they told me exactly what I was getting myself into. The sound wasn’t great, and my Hendrix-inspired wah-wah did not mix well with the attitude of Kurt Cobain trapped inside… Continue reading A Beginners Guide To Pedalboards Pt. 1: Choosing Your Pedals
Five Ways to Get to Know Your Multimeter
(Originally published on the Earthquaker Devices blog.) A digital multimeter is one of the most useful tools for anyone working on electronic instruments. They are used all across repair shops, on the road, and can always be reliable in dire situations. This is a must-have tool for anyone getting into electronics or at the very… Continue reading Five Ways to Get to Know Your Multimeter
A Basic Understanding & Guide to a Guitar Setup
Originally published on the Earthquaker Devices blog on June 1, 2020. You’re stuck at home with more time on your hands than you know what to do with, so you decide to pick up a guitar that you haven’t played in a while. You loved playing it over the years, but it’s lost its luster.… Continue reading A Basic Understanding & Guide to a Guitar Setup