#1
I have an 8-ohm, 1-watt, approx. 3-inch speaker that came from a broken toy voice-changer that i found in my basement. I don't care about tone, I just want something really small to keep in my room that I can play through. I'll use the guitar vol and tone.
How would I wire an input jack, power input (either 9v battery or AC adapter), and the speaker together so I can play my guitar through it?
Pics would be very helpful.
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#3
this would be damned simple: http://www.runoffgroove.com/ruby.html

if you want even less complicated, do this: http://www.runoffgroove.com/littlegem.html


EDIT: lol. looks like we were both looking up the same shiz.
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#4
Lol.
What parts can I exclude from the circuit? I have no caps or resistors.
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EHX Big Muff Pi; Dunlop CryBaby GCB-95 (modded); MXR M-108 10-band; DigiTech JamMan Looper
#6
Ehm, BD ...

An LM386 is a part of a guitar amplifier. It can't act as a full amplifier on it's own.
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#7
I suggest you build a little gem or a ruby. I built a little gem to use in my dorm, and it's pretty simple. It sounds alright. It's not great, but it does the job. The Ruby is supposed to sound better, but it's a little more complicated. It's still fairly simple, though. I'm incorporating one into my coffin guitar build. It's not hard to build.
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