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you all know whats iRig and what it do and how to use it this is a simple diy that you can make on low cost

Step 1: ​Parts That You Gonna Need :

BF345C

20nf 39k

100pf

1.2k

4.7k

470pf

3.5mm 4pole male audio jack 3.5mm female base.

1/4 inch aux base for guitar connection piece of perf board.

you can add ferrite bead its optional if its hard to find you can make circuit without it

Step 2: Tools That You Gonna Need :

soldering iron

soldering led

wire cutter some wires

Step 3: Schematics(Diagram) and Pinouts

Step 4: Final Circuit :)

my final circuit is look like this don't know about yours ****

Step 5: Finish Product

This is my iRig looks like make your own case for your iRig or 3D print one be creative and Good luck

Made it too! I don't understand but if I plug transistor like in scheme it doesn't work. All start work only after I plug guitar to S; ground to D; mic to G. It's fun but when I remove transistor and connect scheme without it, all works too. :)
Made it. I am going to test it tomorrow (Easter 2nd).
<p>Thanks for sharing!</p><p>But I'm confused, in schematics transistor is BF245C but in the list which is at first page its BF345C. Which works better with this project?</p>
<p>Hello....</p><p>Where did you find the schematics?</p><p>I would like to know why to use these specific resistors and so on.... </p>
<p>http://sgitornado.altervista.org/diyirig.html</p>
<p>@ TiagoP1</p><p>http://alltransistors.com/fr/crsearch.php?mat=Si&amp;struct=NPN&amp;pc=0.15&amp;ucb=30&amp;uce=20&amp;ueb=4&amp;ic=0.05&amp;tj=175&amp;ft=250&amp;cc=1.7&amp;hfe=40&amp;caps=TO18</p>
<p>I didn't find de transistor BF345C in my city. Can I replace it by another one (I tried replace it by the BF245C, but i only heard noise).</p><p>Best Regards!</p>
<p>I really like this idea, because my amplifier decided it doesn't like me, and doesn't want to work. &gt;:c</p>
<p>this circuit works great </p>

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