It probably already has a small amp in it, but it won't be able to drive much more than a 1/4W 8 ohm speaker.
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i just want it to work for my guitar.
Ah, I see. OK, can you tell us more about your voice changer? Does it actually have any input jacks? Does it have a built-in microphone? Have you opened it up to see what ICs are inside?
no input jacks, yes to built in mic, but i,m not sure what EXACTLY ICs are. yes I've looked inside.
Ah, then I wouldn't bother. You'd spend as much time modding the voice changer as you would building a dedicated guitar amp. See if you can get ahold of a pair of old computer speakers, they're more suitable for modding in this way.
THANKS!!!!!! best response ever!!!!! (nO sArCaSm)
No prob. :)
"See if you can get ahold of a pair of old computer speakers, they're more suitable for modding in this way." next question.......how would i do that?
Easy. Swap the 1/8" stereo jack for a 1/4" mono jack that plugs into your guitar.
thanks, im building an amp from scratch now though. I've got a diagram if you'll help me, if so PM me on my page.
It would probably be possible to run the output of the voice change _into_ a stronger amp...
do you know how i could do so? i want to use it as a pocket amp for my guitar.
I'd have to see the circuit as it now exists. Simplest answer, frankly, might be to replace all the electronics with a small amp...
. Probably not, but impossible to tell without more details on your voice changer