Introduction: Making of a Ruby Guitar AMP

Ruby guitar amp made and played.
Made from the excellent schematics over at : http://www.runoffgroove.com/ruby.html

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miragedriver0 (author)2009-01-19

What's to understand. Microprocessors are used in almost all types of audio amps these days. Now you can experiment with them on hobby projects.

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Jestersage (author)miragedriver02009-04-15

I understand it too. Indeed, microprocessors are used in all kind of tone-deaf amplifier. Stick with your Spider; I will have my good old analog sound (tube when i have powerline, and LM386/TL072 when I am on battery)

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HAL 9000 (author)Jestersage2010-01-24

 Different strokes for different folks. Solid state amps can have amazing tone, and tube amps can sound like crap. It's all in what you do with it.

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HAL 9000 (author)2010-01-24

 I'm in the process of building the Ruby with the Bassman mods. It sounds a lot different than yours, and I am making a few changes to the design. These little guys rock, don't they?

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miragedriver0 (author)2009-01-18

Take a look at what you can do with microprocessors these days. You could really have a good time with them.

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larsby (author)miragedriver02009-01-19

yeah? I dont understand that comment at all.

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Xellers (author)2008-10-17

I just built a 386 operated amplifier with schematics that I took from a book and then modified. Interestingly enough, it doesn't produce the kind of distortion that your does, although in is a simpler design... It was pretty cool how if I adjusted the resistors in the amplifier (the ones that use use a potentiometer for), I could pick up radio signals very loudky and clearly (They were so loud that my ears hurt...).

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butthead95 (author)2008-03-07

thats awesome

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-01-04

Nice job, I might show this to my brother, thanks!

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