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Starting in Winter 2009,  we've been doing Guitar Effects classes.   
 
Starting in Winter 2009,  we've been doing Guitar Effects classes.   
The first Monday of every month is Guitar Effects Workshop night at Hive76. We will build a simple musical gizmo and discuss how it works. Even if you have never touched a soldering iron (or a guitar), stop by and learn how to build simple musical electronics. More advanced mad scientists are encouraged to come show off their own guitar effect creations. There may be a small lab fee (less than $10) to cover the cost of parts. RSVPs are appreciated. This Event is Organized by [[Jzylkin | Jack Zylkin]] of Hive 76.
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The first Monday of every month is Guitar Effects Workshop night at Hive76. We will build a simple musical gizmo and discuss how it works. Even if you have never touched a soldering iron (or a guitar), stop by and learn how to build simple musical electronics. More advanced mad scientists are encouraged to come show off their own guitar effect creations. There may be a small lab fee (less than $10) to cover the cost of parts. RSVPs are appreciated. This Event is Organized by [[User:Jzylkin | Jack Zylkin]] of Hive 76.
 
To find out when the next one happens, check out [http://www.hive76.org/calander | our calendar].
 
To find out when the next one happens, check out [http://www.hive76.org/calander | our calendar].
 
If you want to see some great photos of the class, you can find them here: http://www.hive76.org/photos-from-guitar-effects-classes
 
If you want to see some great photos of the class, you can find them here: http://www.hive76.org/photos-from-guitar-effects-classes

Latest revision as of 17:00, 23 February 2010

Starting in Winter 2009, we've been doing Guitar Effects classes. The first Monday of every month is Guitar Effects Workshop night at Hive76. We will build a simple musical gizmo and discuss how it works. Even if you have never touched a soldering iron (or a guitar), stop by and learn how to build simple musical electronics. More advanced mad scientists are encouraged to come show off their own guitar effect creations. There may be a small lab fee (less than $10) to cover the cost of parts. RSVPs are appreciated. This Event is Organized by Jack Zylkin of Hive 76. To find out when the next one happens, check out | our calendar. If you want to see some great photos of the class, you can find them here: http://www.hive76.org/photos-from-guitar-effects-classes