This isn't the place to find a PCB for your favorite effects pedals. There are plenty of other fine folks out there who are making those.
Instead I focus on niche, novel, or downright gimmicky opportunities for DIY pedal fun. Here are some of the current and upcoming kits, PCBs, and modules...
Ever wanted to play pong with your guitar? Or watch an oscope line or VU meter dance around your guitar pedal for no practical reason? How about a mostly-accurate tuner? Or a TV news feed of an alien invasion?
These gimicks and more can be yours... when I work out the final kinks and bugs.
Coming... some time.... Get Notified when there's an update
p.s. As always I'll also post everything to GitHub so you can build from scratch
The PicoFuzz is probably the world's smallest fuzz pedal, and a great opportunity to learn surface mount (SMD) soldering. There's also a 3PDT-mounted StompFuzz version with some extra bells and whistles.
This and more in the SMD Fuzz section the store. You can also get build instructions and more information their respective GitHub pages:SMD Fuzz PCBs and Kits
This breadboard adapter has two sides, SOIC on one, and TSSOP on the other.
It works for ICs with up to 28 pins, and is perfect for the FV-1. It works great with breadboards, but also perf or proto boards, vero or strip board, and even etched PBCs.Get a SOIC and TSSOP Adapter
Want to build your own Mimir's Well? This kit takes away some of the trickiest challenges of a complex build like SMD soldering (surface mounted), EEPROM programming, and microcontroller programming. It is a challenging, but fun and rewarding pedal build.
If you're inclined to do more on your own, you can order a PCB only. I've posted everything you need on Github, including instructions for burning EEPROMs. I've also created a brief video with some tips and techniques for SMD soldering, including the FV-1 needed for this build.Mimir's Well Kits / PCBs
You need this. Even if you don't have a Christmas tree. It's guaranteed to generate some conversations. It's a great gift, too.Shop Learn More
GitHub project with the schematic, gerber files, etc.