Instructables: exploring - technology - amp - mod Fri, 27 Nov 2015 11:09:36 PST BLOX v1.01 Use a combo amp as a cabinet (cheap and easy)
Use a combo amp as a cabinet (cheap and easy) - More DIY How To Projects]]> legitbush This is the simplest way to use a combo amp as a speaker cabinet for a separate amp head. I am using a Line 6 Spider IV combo here but most combos will work this way. The required parts only cost £8.50 ($13) and this project can be undertaken by someone with little to no electrical skills like mysel...
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Tue, 24 Feb 2015 10:34:59 PST
Ammo Box Amp
Ammo Box Amp - More DIY How To Projects]]> lonesoulsurfer Ammo boxes are seriously cool. There is something about them that screams “HACK ME!”When I first come across Dustinbikes brilliant ible' on hacking a ammo box into a speaker, I knew I had to do something similar.I recently purchased a pair from my local Army Disposal store and couldn't wait to star...
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Sat, 27 Sep 2014 19:25:31 PDT
Vintage Radio Guitar Amp
Vintage Radio Guitar Amp - More DIY How To Projects]]> lonesoulsurfer Modify an old, vintage radio and turn it into a mini guitar ampSome time ago I found a beautiful old radio at a junk shop. I got it home with thoughts in mind of fixing it. Once I cracked it open I realised this was going to be an act in futility.So instead of fixing it I thought I would instead m...
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Fri, 13 Jun 2014 02:38:18 PDT
Make a Mini Practice Electric Guitar Amp for Free (almost)
Make a Mini Practice Electric Guitar Amp for Free (almost) - More DIY How To Projects]]> fstedie Ever wanted to have a little practice amp that you could take anywhere?  What about one where you could plug in your headphones? You may already have all the parts you need to make this simple little practice amp, in which case it would be free! What You Need Powered (old school) computer speake...
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Sun, 28 Jul 2013 12:42:08 PDT
Attaching 4 way foot pedal to V-amp 2
Attaching 4 way foot pedal to V-amp 2 - More DIY How To Projects]]> jesusbuckland I know, a lot of people think v-amps are shit but I like mine, so ya'll can fuck off. ANYWAY, that said, it's always bugged the shit out of me that the pedal is retarded. A two way pedal to toggle between 5 pre-sets? So, seeing a 4 way pedal (Behringer FS114) in a store for a really cheap price, I h...
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Fri, 16 Nov 2012 01:17:07 PST
MintyBlaster - Altoids Stereo Speakers
MintyBlaster - Altoids Stereo Speakers - More DIY How To Projects]]> uhclem Introducing the MintyBlaster - a tiny amplified stereo speaker system! Rock the block with 0.5 watts of power per channel! This is mostly a re-purposing hack - modifying a finished product into something else. Some basic tools and soldering are all it takes. I built this a about a year ago but all...
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Sat, 8 Oct 2011 18:00:42 PDT
Bass Mod DS1 Pedal greggolf In this instructable, I will be working off some pre-made plans by BassJunkie730 on The project started as a favor for a friend who I am helping. He asked me if I could mod a DS1 guitar pedal into a Bass pedal. I found BassJunkie730's post and immediatly gave it a shot. I will give yo...
By: greggolf

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Thu, 21 Jul 2011 09:23:26 PDT
Mod your stereo amp with PC fans
Mod your stereo amp with PC fans - More DIY How To Projects]]> tensioncore Alright so I wanted to do this Instructable because I use my Technics SU-600 for a lot of heavy-duty stereo usage and I was planning to Mod it with fans to cool it down, but I didn't intend on making it this awesome. So when I got all my parts I remembered that I had an instructables account but not...
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Mon, 31 Jan 2011 14:36:36 PST
EMG 18 Volt Mod
EMG 18 Volt Mod - More DIY How To Projects]]> AFF This instructable is meant to show you how to change your standard 9 Volt Active Pickups into 18 Volt beast.Ready?Okay.Somethings you will need:1. Tools needed. I needed only a screwdriver, electrical tape, wire cutters, and wire strippers.You may also wish to solder the joints and heatshrink but th...

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Tue, 30 Jun 2009 17:00:35 PDT
Neck-on switch mod
Neck-on switch mod - More DIY How To Projects]]> Little_Buster This mod will give you an additional 2 tones and still keep the traditional 5-way switching. For use with a S-S-S guitar. 1. Tools -Phillips screwdriver-Soldering Iron-Solder (obviously)-Goggles(wouldnt feel to good to have hot solder in your eyes)-Wires-Drill w/ BitsYou will also need a DPDT tog...
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Mon, 16 Mar 2009 21:05:17 PDT
Multiple Guitar Rack and Roll!
Multiple Guitar Rack and Roll! - More DIY How To Projects]]> raxel This instructible is for a 6 multiple guitar stand / rack with rollers.How to make your own multiple guitar rack/stand from materials that are lying around in your backyard. Well at least I have so many junk in my backyard i could probably make an M1A1 tank out of them and put a stamp "made in china...
By: raxel

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Wed, 18 Feb 2009 03:13:58 PST
Guitar Amplifier Directivity Modifier
Guitar Amplifier Directivity Modifier - More DIY How To Projects]]> michaelconnor Background:This instructable is a direct implementation of the "Mitchell Doughnut" guitar speaker directivity modifier proposed by Jay Mitchell from The Gear Page discussion forum. The most relevant discussion can be found in the Speaker Directivity thread.Purpose:A typical guitar amplifier with a ...
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Wed, 7 Jan 2009 18:30:01 PST
Scanner Pedal Board
Scanner Pedal Board - More DIY How To Projects]]> raxel Ever get tired of that old scanner sitting in the corner collecting dust? Well here's something you can do about that old scanner. Recycle it into one amazing pedal board for your pedals and guitar effects. The scanner board perfectly fits 8 pedals (digitech, boss, and the like) or 6 pedals inclu...
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Mon, 20 Oct 2008 02:19:05 PDT
DIY Awesome Ghetto LED Glowy Bike; The Hobo Cycle!
DIY Awesome Ghetto LED Glowy Bike; The Hobo Cycle! - More DIY How To Projects]]> shammallamaman This is an easy, ghetto bike project that incorporates things like paint, an iPod speaker, and an LED tube.If you follow the instructable correctly, you should end up with a very nice bike for under $25! This is my first instructable! Materials You can find most of this stuff for very cheap: Duc...
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Sat, 17 May 2008 22:01:30 PDT
Amp Mod
Amp Mod - More DIY How To Projects]]> petmar Modifying an old amplifier/speaker for a separate input using wire clips instead of a stereo jack. Disassembly Here we have the base audio amp and speakers from the bottom of an old Dell CRT. We're going to add an additional input to this so that we can push through sound from our MCU projects an...
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Mon, 12 Nov 2007 22:19:18 PST
How to stencil a design on your Guitar Amplifier!!/
How to stencil a design on your Guitar Amplifier! - More DIY How To Projects]]> lp_man How to make the front of your amplifier have a custom stencil paint job. Deciding on a pattern This is the first and probably most crucial step, you want something that is cool, original and not too hard to spray. At first I wanted the picture of Hugh Laurie as House but this proved too difficult...
By: lp_man

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Sat, 7 Apr 2007 08:12:17 PDT