DIY AnalogMan Prince of Tone

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The Analogman Prince of Tone is one of the most sought-after guitar effects pedals. It is a classic analog distortion pedal that has been used by some of the greatest guitarists of all time. The pedal is highly sought after because of its ability to produce a warm and smooth tone, while also providing plenty of gain and sustain. If you’re looking to get your hands on an Analogman Prince of Tone, but don’t want to pay the high price tag, then you can always build your own!

To start, you will need to buy all the components for the pedal including the transistors, resistors, capacitors, and potentiometers. Once you have all the components, you will need to find a circuit diagram to follow. Above, you can find a few incredible suppliers of PCBs and kits for this pedal but you could always find a stripboard layout for it and build one from that.

Once you have all the components and a circuit diagram, you can start building your Analogman Prince of Tone. You will need to solder the components together, following the circuit diagram, and then you can start testing the pedal. Once you know it works and can get the tone you want, you can finish the pedal off by installing it into a suitable enclosure and add some knobs.

Building your own Analogman Prince of Tone can be a fun and rewarding experience. Not only will you save money, but you will also have a unique pedal that you can call your own.

*Please note that these are not licensed copies of the pedals that they are immitating and whilst they are designed to acheive the same sound, there may be some differences.

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Happy building!

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