Build Your Own Guitar Effects Pedalboard

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Location
Online
Dates
Can be taken anytime
Course Type
Professional Training Course
Accreditation
Yes (Details)
Language
English
Course Fee
$45

Course Overview

Phil OKeefe, a guitarist, audio engineer and producer, will demonstrate the step-by-step instructions on designing, assembling and wiring your own custom guitar effects pedalboard. If you are sick of untangling all those cables and assembling your guitar effects pedals before playing, you need this tutorial. With a few tools, some supplies for the local hardware store and of the information in this tutorial, you will have your very own customized, fully operational, guitar effects pedalboard!

Who should take this course

Anyone interested to learn this course.

Accreditation

Certificate of Completion

Course content

Covers the step-by-step instructions on designing, assembling and wiring your own custom guitar effects pedalboard.

About Course Provider

Ed-Next is one of the UK’s fastest growing online educational providers. With a large library of life changing training programs and access to over 3500 online skill based programs, Ed-next really is your number one choice for online education.

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How to enroll?

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