#1
OK, so I was trying to get two guitars to play out of my one amp. It has one input so i had to get two inputs to one input. Got some jacks and wired em up. Seemed to work, but realized I would need some resistors. The signals seemed to mix and get messed the way it is now....But!! This got me thinking that I could wire up as many inputs as I wanted, put in some volumes controls on each input, and maybe a few outputs. I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard and I would have a nice little mixer.

I guess my question is what do I use for volume controls, and maybe some hi-mid-low controls, and panning?? Is this at all possible with some basic parts or am I getting ahead of myself. I'm just proud that I thought it up and it seems simple.
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#2
Behringer sells a fwe channel mixer for about $35. Not a huge board, but it will have a small EQ and probably panning.
#3
i know but i wanna build some little thing in a ghetto box, i think it would be hilarious
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#4
then go google amplifier schematics, and build one. It's not too hard with a few transistors and stuff.