Guitar Amp Music Light

Introduction: Guitar Amp Music Light

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Step 1: The Stuff You Need

1. guitar amp
2. a computer cold cathode lighting with microphone
3. soldering gun with solder 
4. hot glue gun with hot glue stick 
5. wire stripier/cuter  
6. screwdriver

Step 2: First

Unplug your guitar amp then, open your guitar amp with your screwdriver. 

Step 3: Then

Cut off the plug that leads to the power supply then strip the wire that leads to the microphone.  

Step 4: Guess

Guess where the power is on the amp circuit bored with the wires you striped touch a different little solider bumps with each wire. Well the amp is plunged in (don't shock your self). Ones the light turns on you know where to solider the wires.        

Step 5: Finally

Close the amp and slip the wires with the light and microphone out.(you might have to make your on slit for the wires.)   

Step 6: Glue

Glue the microphone and light where you wish. 

Step 7: Test

test out the light to see if it worked. 

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    6 Discussions

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    robot797
    robot797

    8 years ago on Introduction

    if you want i have a circut that makes it move as an equilizer
    do you want that?

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    robot797
    robot797

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    a real working equlizer
    realy
    nize
    i though those tubes had a music blink only
    (blinking on and off on the music)

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    Preston .s
    Preston .s

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    it has a very slight movement of going from one side to another.

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    robot797
    robot797

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    mmmmm
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nF86E0SvBq8
    look at this