Trying to find the break away pin strip things but I dunno what they’re called exactly. They’re for IC’s. They might be called SIP strips or something. Anyway I’m going to sleep
Nevermind, I mixed up poles and throws. I still dunno why there needs to be 3 poles. why not just one?
why does this switch need to be 3pdt jesus christ. Like there’s only two situations to cover that I can think of:
1. Pedal is on
2. Pedal is off/being bypassed
why does it need to be 3 pole
All dogs have knees, but not all knees have dogs.
I guess the stereo input jack is just in case someone happens to have a guitar that outputs in stereo, which apparently is kind of rare, but it seems like outputting in mono would just negate the whole inputting in stereo thing… whatever man, I’ll just blindly follow the instructions cuz I dunno any better
I think I get it now, but why not just buy two stereo jacks if they’re the same price….?
why are there stereo jacks and mono jacks, you’re only plugging in one guitar? Do you input in stereo and output in mono, or the other way around?
I’m gonna do it man. I’m gonna go to the bank tomorrow, deposit cash, and buy a bunch of potentiometers and jacks and chips. I dunno how I’m gonna get to the bank. Probably on a bike maybe. maybe I’ll go to the store and get candy too. anyway, I’m gonna buy stuff. and then I’m gonna draw up some kind of scale diagram of the enclosure I’m gonna make. EXCITING
I want these potentiometers so bad but MONEY
watching a Red Alert 2 speedrun now. Another staple of my childhood. It’s awesome watching people beat games in an hour that took me weeks as a kid
true story: I used to be afraid to use the bathroom at my grandma’s house because the fan in there made the same ambient sounds as the Nihilanth boss fight at the end of Half-Life
Watching this new Half-Life speedrun and this guy is like 20 minutes in and already on Surface Tension. this is ridiculous.
Half-Life pretty much has the coolest beginning of any game in existence.