The DIY Amps & Pedals Bible
is an exciting new addition to our Guitar Classics
In the shops and available to buy online now, this 132-page
issue is overflowing with articles
on how you can fix, build and improve amps and pedals.
While you can lead a fine guitar-playing existence just by knowing that pushing this button or turning this knob leads to this sound, there’s much more to be gained by obtaining a greater understanding of how amps and pedals work.
For a start, there are plenty of things you can fix or modify easily without having a PhD in Electronics.
And there’s plenty for those who want to dig deeper ‘under the bonnet’, and go on to projects that require a little bit more time, effort and expertise.
We want you to enjoy your gear and the fruits of your labour. Even if you don’t intend to ever do a particular project, we hope that by expanding your knowledge on how things work, the all-new DIY Amps and Pedals Bible
will enrich your love of guitar playing and make it seem even more magical.
Articles include: How Amps Work
, Who's got a Vox AC30?
, DIY Pedals and Preamps
, Transistor Workshop
, Stompbox Power
, Project Pedalboard
and Here Comes The Fuzz.
The new issue of Guitar Classics
is on sale now in WH Smith High St stores
and WHS Travel
, Easons in Ireland
and a range of independent stores.
It will be available overseas in around a month’s time.
But if you can’t wait, order online today and get the issue delivered direct to your door - or call 01795 414877 ( 44 1795 414877 outside UK)