#1
Hi, ive built a small Guitar Amplifier from some old computer speakers.
Now u may wonder why i dont use a standard amp? Thats because my brother has borrowed it. And ofcourse i have lost of stereos at home but i dont want to carry them with me

Here are som pics of the thing.



I found a good speker and box at a scrap yard.



Inside there was a 3W speaker.



Then i drilled some holes and mounted the things from the computerspeakers.



Then i glued all it togheter and here is the final product plugged into my guitareffect pedal.



The back.
From top: Powerbutton, Headphoneoutled and volume knob


it has a really good sound and if i want some more power ill put in a bigger speaker

(yeah i know my english sucks)
#2
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It's nothing amazing, really. You can use any set of powered speakers, computer or PA with guitars...
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#3
Quote by Reincaster
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It's nothing amazing, really. You can use any set of powered speakers, computer or PA with guitars...



yes of course u can. but i like to build stuff :P: its more fun that way.
#4
Quote by Pexi92
yes of course u can. but i like to build stuff :P: its more fun that way.



I guess...

I've used my car stereo's "aux in" to do the same thing...
Peavey 5150
Mesa Mark IV
Mesa Single Rectifier (Series 1)
Fender Custom Shop Tonemaster
Roland Microcube

-Whitebox OS 1x12
-Port City OS 1x12

Digidesign Eleven RackAxe Fx Ultra
#5
Quote by Reincaster
I guess...

I've used my car stereo's "aux in" to do the same thing...



yeah that also works. i made this so i can take it with me where ever i go :P
#6
Quote by Reincaster
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It's nothing amazing, really. You can use any set of powered speakers, computer or PA with guitars...


No, not really, but c'mon man... don't be a downer He's having fun with it and thats awesome.