#1
I have this reverb tank kicking around that im not using, and im thinking that i might just try and build my own SS spring reverb unit. Finding next to no information online, does anyone have any advice to give on this subject? I'm assuming i cant just plug my guitar into the reverb tank and into my amp so....any advice?
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#2
Google stage centre reverb.

I haven't built one but it will give you an idea of what is involved - a lot more than you think.
#3
you'll need a drive circuit and a recovery circuit.

a reverb is really just a small amp.

the accutronics website has all the necessary information to build a solid state reverb.

you'll need like 2 dual op amps.
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#4
Here is a reverb driver I came up with awhile back. Note the mistake with the two "X's". The input of the reverb through the 1uF capacitor should be connected to the emitter, not collector. The transistor can be a 2N4401, 2N3904 or equiv. For the op amp, I used 1/4 of an LF347, but any audio-oriented op amp should work. VCC was 12V, but 9V should work. Good luck!