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Got a multimeter, now what?

 
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jaybones



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:22 pm    Post subject: Got a multimeter, now what? Reply with quote

Picked up a good multimeter (not a Fluke, bought it on purpose, see what I did there? Cool ). Already have a decent soldering rig, and I'm probably jinxing myself but I can't wait for something to go wrong.

I've already measured the output of a couple pickups I have laying around, checked the continuity of cables that I knew were working. Even checked the charge left on the batteries I'm currently using.

I have a set of feeler gauges (no longer need them to check valve clearances on the old air cooled VW buses and a '72 Thing I had), a guitar driver set (Allens, flats, Phillips) and a Stew-Mac broken screw extractor.

Always on the lookout for a used oscilloscope and a few other pieces so I can have a electronics repair kit.
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