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    So... Could you give me a ballpark range of capacitor sizes to use as a starting point? Also, I built a new enclosure for all this stuff because I now can't fit all this junk inside. It's a scale replica of my guitar amp. It looks really cool, especially the mesh on the front panel. A few of the new components I've added light up with led's when the circuit is activated, and I thought it would be cool to add some more around the ballast I fabricated to hold the new speaker. Where in the circuit can I sneak these in? I have two separate battery supplies inside, and plan to use the one not powering the speaker for the lights, so I don't steal precious power from my beefed up speaker. With these two final tweaks, I'll have this bad boy buttoned up, and I'll send some pictures of the finish...

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    So... Could you give me a ballpark range of capacitor sizes to use as a starting point? Also, I built a new enclosure for all this stuff because I now can't fit all this junk inside. It's a scale replica of my guitar amp. It looks really cool, especially the mesh on the front panel. A few of the new components I've added light up with led's when the circuit is activated, and I thought it would be cool to add some more around the ballast I fabricated to hold the new speaker. Where in the circuit can I sneak these in? I have two separate battery supplies inside, and plan to use the one not powering the speaker for the lights, so I don't steal precious power from my beefed up speaker. With these two final tweaks, I'll have this bad boy buttoned up, and I'll send some pictures of the finished product with info about the elements that I've added that aren't part of your original build. Thanks for answering back so quick.

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