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About me

My name is Teppo Gustafsson. Amateur at everything. I've been making electronic things for well over thirty years. I started out with batteries and lightbulbs, build many kits in the 90s and got tangled up with effect pedals and other guitar related stuff in early 2000s. I made my first computer "game" with Commodore64 Basic (38911 BASIC bytes free) in 1988, and it has been downhill ever since.

I don't do commissions, but I have extra PCBs for most of my pedals. So, if you want one send me a message and ask. It makes me very happy if you've decided to build something based on my work. Remember, I'm not selling anything, these are not kits and I offer zero support. If you have trouble sourcing components for your pedal project, like some germanium diodes (e.g. 1N270) or TO-99 package opamps I might be able to help you.

I share my software projects as a hobbyist programmer. I try to create some games, useful gadgets and other ideas I might have. I enjoy learning more while I'm at it. And while I'm passionate about these topics, please note that I'm not available to offer programming assistance or advice. Thank you for understanding, and I hope you enjoy exploring my projects and experiences!

Need help?

I'll always try to answer questions and help if I can, but I'm not going to participate in prolonged e-mail exchanges or step by step personal instructions. If you've build things correctly, they will also work correctly. Every project presented on this site requires prior knowledge and experience. Sometimes in both hardware and software. And if you construct any mains operated equipment it is 100% at your own risk. Follow your local regulations.