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Pedal circuit tester

Postby maz » January 9th, 2020, 12:05 pm

Most of the time I test circuits on my big breadboard, sometimes not, but even if I have this complete breadboard sometimes I'm missing space. Here's my little pedal circuit tester so I can quickly power and test my circuits without having to solder jacks, footswitch, DC jack, etc. It can also be used to test a circuit in the chain with other pedals. Sometimes I have to use a plain breadboard (like in the image below), so I can quickly hook it on this pedal circuit tester the same way, that's a useful thing for me.

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