#1
I want to build a DI unit to fit the guitar impedance for a soundcard's input. But the problem is I can't find any schematics, that don't require a transformer or 48V phantom power. Also I don't want to build something into my guitar.
#2
Consider buying a USB interface! They can be had fairly cheaply and often perform as well as or better than the sound cards audio IFs on PCs.
Moving on.....
#3
Quote by KenG
Consider buying a USB interface! They can be had fairly cheaply and often perform as well as or better than the sound cards audio IFs on PCs.

But the problem is I have no money for a normal USB interface.

Or I could buy those cheap "Guitar to PC" cables, that performs much worse, than my soundcard. And they're often unbranded.

And I use my computer as a practise amp too.
#4
Quote by ZILtoid_1991
I want to build a DI unit to fit the guitar impedance for a soundcard's input. But the problem is I can't find any schematics, that don't require a transformer or 48V phantom power. Also I don't want to build something into my guitar.
Build this:

http://www.till.com/articles/GuitarPreamp/

make a small box to house the circuit and the battery. use a 1/4" phone jack for the input and a cable with the correct plug to mate up to your soundcard.
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#5
Quote by SomeoneYouKnew
Build this:

http://www.till.com/articles/GuitarPreamp/

make a small box to house the circuit and the battery. use a 1/4" phone jack for the input and a cable with the correct plug to mate up to your soundcard.

Thanks man, but I also need to get a second transistor, to drive lower loads. But I'll solve that problem.