I appreciate it. Two more pedals coming soon!...and you do excellent work in spite of that!
You even have a variac.
That amp looks heavy.
I bet it was rough "bending" that plywood on that curve! lolI spent some time today cleaning and organizing things that had been piling up over the past month or so. The evolution of my workbench makes me feel an odd kind of satisfaction. I'm interested to see where it'll be in another year or so.
Had to create a link for the photo. Not sure why, maybe because it's a pano. Weird. Anyways, here is it:
I don't. My table is in workshop mode for weeks on end.If I had to unpack and pack everything up every time I wanted to work on something, I'd never get any pedals built.
Kudos to all of you running such tight ships.
Very nice and organized!View attachment 16635
I have always enjoyed researching others workbenches and spaces and see if I could incorporate a design I find into my own. So, in the spirit of sharing here is my current setup. Two 4 foot folding tables with 4 feet of pegboard and a lot of pats bins. I color coded the parts so I could find them faster. Blue for Resistors, Red for capacitors and Green for Semiconductors. For other parts Silver. I am still sorting the LED, Jacks and other misc pieces, or in other words, they are in the non colored or labeled bins. The workflow moves Left to Right, or that is the idea. One day I will but that Start back together. I keep forgetting to install the pickups!
Hold it! What is that mister?
Hell yeah I'm glad they pulled this off!This is a very important and meaningful post for me.
I really love contributing here. It's the best balance I have found of community, technical details, constructive criticism and an all-around good time. I was just thinking about this, as I often do, the other day and wondering how I could do that without another Thank You thread.
Well, a few members of the forum gave me that opportunity over the weekend. In the spirit of my so-called "contributions" to the forum (I'm not convinced I'm anything special!) outweighing the Spartan toolset I use on my bench, I was gifted some updated tools:
I'd like to take the opportunity to thank these fellas:
I've got some great projects planned for next year, along with a little thing I call Fuzz 2022 (stay tuned).
This is proof that no matter how crazy the world may get, there are pockets of community out there and people that look out for the best interests of others.