Design It Yourself On A Beavis Board

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02:04 Tuesday.26 July 2011
Since Beavis / Dano have stopped selling these he has posted the layout of the breakout box (the key component of the beavis board.) I recently put one together using parts from pedal-parts-plus. I bought the enclosure from them and gave them a layout to drill and paint. Then I put the board together.

One thing I noticed is that the layout supplied is a mixture of an x-ray view, looking down on the pedal as if it was a transparent box, and a view from underneath, showing the standard wiring of the bypass switch.

So far I havent used it to build / debug any circuits, but I’ve got plenty of projects in the works and on-deck. Overall there are lots of circuits to play with – I’m hoping to get a better understanding of circuit design as a whole, and the design of pedals in general.

I’ll keep you posted.

23:53 Tuesday.26 July 2011

We’d love to see some photos or write-up on how you created your own Beavis box. Let us know what you do with it.

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