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Hi, me again. Could I have an in-focus picture of the last picture on step 4?That would be the back of the potentiometer, and the front if you can. I'd like to see what you've done with the components. Thank you!
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Thank you! They've been helpful. I'll let you know if I'm stuck. I've voted too!
Wow!! Thank you!
Hi. This is a great instructable and I really want to do it but I do feel that a few more pictures about the assembly process wouldn't go amiss. Do you think you could provide some pictures showing how the potentiometer, the resistors and the switch look on the handle? Also pictures with a deeper depth of field and a picture of the side with and without the battery attached. Also the capacity of the battery.Sorry if I am asking for too much. Thank you very much in advance
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Cool, I'll do that! I might just put a pcb pot inside and adjust it until the sound is clear at full volume with the bass. Thank you!!
Maybe I can substitute the output jack for a potentiometer? Which maximum resistance value would you put? I don't have components around to try.Thank you in advance.
I made 2 already and they're awesome!! Random question, anybody knows how would it sound for a bass guitar? I don't have one to try and a friend wants one for it. Thank you!
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I'm interested. The minimum I can buy here is 6. I'm up to buy 2 off you if the price postage is not ridiculous. I bought the speaker already so I can go around London checking the price.
I haven't built anything since 1998 when I was an electronics student. This really got me excited. LM386 was such a common IC back then. Still is as far as I can I see. It'll sound amazing with my Stratocaster.
Thank you for your reply and sorry for my delay. I didn't want to make it bigger but I will if I have to. I might buy the next size speaker and check other jars.
Hi! This is awesome. I've sourced all the materials but I can't find a jar like yours here in the UK. Could have a look at this for me, please? http://www.lakeland.co.uk/70511/6-Ball%C2%AE-Mason...I have found similar jars to yours but I'm afraid the speaker won't fit properly.Thanks in advance.
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