Steve Daniels at Small Bear Electronics carries many strange (and many not-so-strange) parts that you might need to complete these projects, ranging from enclosures to IC chips. Small Bear's rates are extremely reasonable, and Steve has an unquestioned reputation among the diy pedal comunity.
The AX84 project is one of the first online information sources for making your own tube amps.
Pharaoh Amplifiers sells excellent guitar pedals, check their "Monument Compressor" and "Echo Jr."
Home Brew Electronics, builders of the famous "Compressor Retro" and one of the best boutique phasers: the "Psilocybe". Also check out the "T.H.C. Chorus", a very nice choice for quality classic chorus sounds. Great quality, Fp personally recommends them.
If you're in South America don't forget to check out Efectos Cluster nice affordable pedals.
Go to Uncle Ernie's Effects and see the cool pedals they have for sale!
Antelope Effects has a superb boutique equalizer called Morning Dew that can boost/cut 15dB in three frequencies specially tailored for guitar, it also includes a selectable true bypass/buffered bypass! And a printed circuit board designed by Fp.Pedaldoc Spanish company specialized in selling easy to install mod kits to make stock pedals sound great
Musicians and Friends
Juan Gomez - Plays the coolest guitar, you can appreciate some full lenght mp3s and see show photos.
Id Musica - Electronic music, film production and graphic design.
GonzaloVides - Photographs by Cristian Gonzalez. Great shots, portfolio available to browse.
David Liu's homepage - David's interest in photography, archery and in the fine art of putting electronic devices together.
Make! - Great magazine for all DIY inclined people.
John C Kleinbauer's Unique Plans for Hobbyists - Sells plans for several DIY CNC machines.
Visual Analyser - Cool oscilloscope software.
Do it Yourself Forums - A place for DIY.
Steve's Photo Blog - Awesome pictures, check it out.
ECE 480 - Lots of info on electronics/layouts/design.
Rainy Day Magazine - Reviews and other interesting stuff.
Essays by Paul Graham - Very interesting useful articles.
Look at these alternative operative systems and give them a try, they are all free and can be downloaded from the internet. (Live CDs don't need to be installed on the computer, hardware is detected automatically on boot up, can run from bootable CD-ROM drive and won't mess up your hard drive):
Knoppix - Linux LIVE CD. Full CD and DVD versions, loaded with many applications. Very cool.
Osx-e.com - Is not an operative system, but has links to software that will make your windows look like something else.
Libre (free) software
Don't use illegal copies of software, you now have an alternative to paying lots of money in licenses. It keeps looking better every day: open source.
Inkscape - An open source vector graphics drawing package, looks like coreldraw.
Blender 3d - Highly sophisticated 3D modeling software with unique interfase, about 15 MB installed makes other 3d software feel outdated.
Audacity - Audio editor. Excellent for many audio editing tasks, record your guitar effect projects sound samples freely!
Hydrogen - Drum machine. Very easy to use, good sounds.
Firefox - Web browser. You probably should be using this one to browse the web safely.
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