Yet another pair of small speakers! These are looking so good… Built from a couple of Ikea bowls, using a pair of TangBand W4-657D drivers and powered with a TPA3110 chipamp placed inside one of the cabinets. It was great fun building this pair, and frequency response is remarkably good despite their size.
Here’s the latest example of a serie of small-footprint guitar pedals I’m currently working on. This one consists of a CD4049 based overdrive, involving a two-sided pcb, miniature conductive plastic pots, some SMT components ( such as the Hex Inverter), dale resistors and Vishay MKT caps. Continue reading for a couple more pictures and info.
Been a while!!! I’ve built quite a lot since the last post and thought it’d be nice to share some of my work during the next week or two.
Hope you enjoy it. This pair of speakers are a smaller (0.53x) version of the original Karlsonators, loaded with a pair of inexpensive Vifa TC9FD drivers.
A friend recently asked me to give his 1971 100Watt Marshall JMP ( 1959 circuit ) a facelift and add a Post PI MV. It had never been serviced before and hadn’t been played for a while ( say 20 years or so :D )Everything from tubes to caps were stock and it didn’t power up. Continue reading to see what I did to the amp and how the MV was installed.
Hey, long time no post!
I recently rebuilt a 50Watt turret board version of the SLO amp that I had taking dust on the shelf.
This was one of the first guitar amps I built back several years ago and now called for a facelift. Continue reading for some more pictures of the amp, and what was done to turn it into an awesome piece of gear!
Hey! This is my Mexican Fender 70’s currently for sale. I’m posting a few pics so potential buyers can take a look. Continue reading to see the rest of the pictures.
Hey!! This is a small hint I got from some of the guys at el34world site to avoid breathing rosin while soldering
For those like me who solder at home without much air flow inside the room , this could be a cheap and easy way to keep yourself out from the rosin fumes produced when soldering.