#3
Hmm... Looks interesting, only 20 bucks, can't be that bad.
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#4
Yeah man,

Just wanted to know if anyone else has played around with them.

was only cheap so i dont care if it isnt all i hoped it would be.

im not gunna cry.
#7
The page finally loaded for me...

Anyway, at that low of a voltage, it won't sound any different than a transistor. In fact, you'd do better to use a transistor instead. Longer battery life, more durable, no heat to worry about, less complicated to build, etc.
#8
I remember trying to get eBay to load on Dial up.
It would never fully load anyways.

Personally, I dont think a tube in a guitar would look appealing.
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#9
Hmm.ok.

Well ive got the parts on their way so i may look at changing it later on.

looks like a bit of fun
#11
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everything will be hiding inside the control cavity. shhhh.....no one can see


You might have to route a new cavity for it.
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#13
You should rout out your guitar so that it fits, install it, and put clear plexiglass over it. Would look epic from the floor.
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#19
Actually, your last post could be considered spam.
But Best of luck on your project man.
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