Easy Mini Amp Plug-in

Introduction: Easy Mini Amp Plug-in

If you have a small little mini guitar amp, you know how annoying it is to carry around your cord. In this instructable, I'll show you how to make a cord like thing to plug right in to your guitar.

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Step 1: Gather Supplies

Supplies you will need:
Piece Of Wood
2 1/4 inch audio jacks
Electrical Tape

Step 2: Join Jacks

Put the two 1/4 inch audio jacks together, mine fit perfectly.

Step 3: Tape

Tape It All up.

Step 4: Mark Stick

Make two marks on your wood the length of your jacks. Cut On Lines.

Step 5: Tape Around Wood

tape the peices of wood around what you have so far to make it sturdy.

Step 6: Add Support

tape the rest of the stick to the side so the amp doesnt wobble so much.

Step 7: DONE!

You now have your very own mini amp connector!

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    3 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice... though... would a patch cable not work just as well?

    Effort bad. Laziness good! :D

    Though if you had the 1/4 jacks sitting around doing nothing anyway... I do suppose the little mini-amp flopping around presents a small problem, doesn't it? You'd have to have a patch long enough to fit into your pocket.

    So alright, good idea after all :D


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Its like a cord that hooks an amp to a guitar. i made this when i knew nothing about electronics so the same size things on the jack should be put togehter