Pubblicato da John Doe
Build of a 1 channel looper switcher
Today we see the basic approach to build a true-bypass 1-channel looper / switcher (analog - non-programmable). First of all, what is the true-bypass looper / switcher for? This pedal can be used in two ways:
1. Make "buffered" pedals of true-bypass type(reduction of signal loss in the chain of effects);
2. Insert in a loop a series of pedals that can be activated and deactivated by means of a single switch (that of the looper / switcher).
Our looper / switcher KIT, contains:
List of tools required for assembly (not included in the KIT):
- Soldering iron and solder tin;
- Drill and bits of suitable size for drilling aluminum boxes;
- Scissors and pliers;
- Star screwdriver;
- 9V power supply for effect pedals;
- Tester (recommended for debugging but not strictly necessary).
If you are not familiar with the use of the welder, I suggest you follow some tutorials that you can easily find on youtube.
1. Check that the contents of the kit received coincide with the material listed above;
2. Drill the aluminum box according to your preferences (the components can be mounted horizontally or vertically);
3. Assemble the different components with the aluminum box as shown in the figure according to the preference layout, vertical or horizontal (seen from the underside of the aluminum box);
4. Preheat the soldering iron and proceed with the connection of the different elements following the diagram below:
5. Close the aluminum box using the cover and the 4 screws provided in the KIT;
6. Connect the pedal to a 9V power supply;
7. Connect the input guitar (IN), the output amplifier (OUT), the IN of the pedal with buffer on the Send and the output of the pedal with buffer on the Return.
Click HERE for more information on our KIT.