PCB Sources

If you're looking for vero boards, we have a modest selection that can be found here: stompboxparts.com/pcbs. Vero is a great option for smaller circuits, prototyping, and point to point wiring.

However, we are aware that a lot of our customers want something more elegant, printed, and easier to work on. For more complicated circuits, a quality PCB is critical to simplify the build and get it to fit inside of a pedal sized enclosure. 

Here is our list of some top-quality stomp box related PCB distributors:

Aion Electronics (aionelectronics.com) : Aion offers plenty of sleek PCB's for vintage and other popular pedals. Great, in-depth project documentation so you can get your build done right the first time. 

Build Your Own Clone (buildyourownclone.com/collections/pcbs) : This is where many people first learned how to make a pedal. Lots of great PCB and kit options, easy to follow instructions for beginners, and a great resource for learning how to begin making pedals yourself.

Madbean Pedals (madbeanpedals.com) : Madbean has been in the pedal PCB game for a long time and is a great resource for a lot of really cool pedal projects. Tons of PCB options and great project documentaion. 

Guitar PCB (guitarpcb.com)

General Guitar Gadgets (generalguitargadgets.com) : GGG has been providing easy, ready to build pedal kits so beginning builders can take off running at a great value. They also offer a good selection of PCBs. They typically focus on simpler circuits, but they're boards are high quality and their project documentation is thorough and easy to work through. 

Pedal PCB (pedalpcb.com)

Tonepad (tonepad.com)

 

If you'd like a PCB designed for your circuit, we'd love to help! We specialize in surface mount and through hole design and offer expert populating services as well. 100+ quantity is what we typical work with. Feel free to contact jon@cusackmanufacturing.com us for more information.