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Can You Build a Pedal with No Experience? | PG DIY

PG's Nick Millevoi builds his own pedal using the StewMac Sun Fuzz Pedal Kit, StewMac tools, and their step-by-step instructions, proving even a novice can be up to the challenge, with a little help from StewMac's customer support!

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You could win a Lightcycle Phaser Pedal Kit from StewMac in this 24 hour giveaway!

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Mark Tremonti's New PRS MT100!

The cat is officially out of the bag ... Mark Tremonti's new 100W PRS head makes its world debut in our updated Alter Bridge Rig Rundown.

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Photo credit: Epiphone

Epiphone launches the Joe Bonamassa 1963 SG Custom.

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A Sehat Effectors Blown Face, atop a Marshall head and amidst other brand-name variations of the classic Fuzz Face.

While our columnist started out averse to the classic distortion pedal, they soon dove deep into its circuits to invent their own take.

It’s undeniable—the Fuzz Face is the most popular fuzz pedal in music history. Although it wasn’t the first fuzz ever created, nearly every stompbox manufacturer has attempted to replicate its circuitry. Furthermore, almost every guitarist has, at some point, incorporated it on their pedalboard. The question arises: Why? Is it due to its distinctive enclosure shape? Or, the eternal cliché question: Is it simply because Jimi Hendrix used it?

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