Guitar Amplifier - Custom Tin Amp Cheech and Chong Metal Thermos Complete Instructions

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About: I am going to post under the name Roy Gilliam from now on. I will put more stuff online under my full name only. You can also see my stuff on Facebook - Roy Glen Gilliam ... Thanks

This Is The Complete Guitar Amp. - Sold on Ebay to China.

Step 1: Bottom of Amp.

This is the bottom of amp. Buyer was from China, so he wanted me to add USA to amp. The tin was made in China, it is vintage. I try to add my finger prints to my work.

Step 2: Getting Tin Reddy for BreadBoard.

I am not going to go over this much, it is vary easy to look at pictures & decide what parts go where. The main part is the BreadBoard & I will spend most of my time on the BreadBoard.

Step 3:

Hints & Tips

Step 4:

Many parts list & supply list & placement charts online. These are a few.

Step 5: Step 1

Step 6: Step 2

Step 7: Step 3&4

Step 8: Step 5

Step 9: Step 6

Step 10: Step 7

Step 11: Step 8

Step 12: Step 9

Step 13: Step 10

Step 14: Step 11

Step 15: Step 12

Step 16: Step 13

Step 17: Step 14

Step 18: Back of Amp

Step 19: My Other Amps

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    your projects look really cool, just wondering, why did you put all the text in the images?

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    I work long hrs @ work and didn't have time to type all of it out, and it was easy to save to my phone as pictures. I am going to make an easy to follow typed out instructions on a basic amp. In the next few weeks. I can send you a free print out of the amp I posted if you would like. You just need to send address to royg911@hotmail.com.

    I work long hrs @ work and didn't have time to type all of it out, and it was easy to save to my phone as pictures. I am going to make an easy to follow typed out instructions on a basic amp. In the next few weeks. I can send you a free print out of the amp I posted if you would like. You just need to send address to royg911@hotmail.com.