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Build your own bypass pedal

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macandkanga  
7 Mar 2011 21:09 | Quote
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I get this newsletter and thought some of you would find this interesting.

http://www.stewmac.com/tradesecrets/ts0134_bypasspedal.hzml
luthier  
7 Mar 2011 22:51 | Quote
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I got that too. I'm building it right now. :D
Guitarslinger124  
8 Mar 2011 09:39 | Quote
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Great link man. Thanks for sharing.
luthier  
8 Mar 2011 09:48 | Quote
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I'll post pics of mine when it's done.
tinyskateboard  
8 Mar 2011 11:09 | Quote
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I can't figure out how he measured the exact placement of those holes, with that lack of clearance.
Domigan_Lefty  
8 Mar 2011 14:32 | Quote
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So why wouldn't he just put a true bypass switch in it the origional pedal?
He used one in the new pedal.
tinyskateboard  
8 Mar 2011 15:33 | Quote
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I was thinking that too Lefty. Maybe it's because his big muff is a tone sucker too?


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