Posts Tagged ‘guitar’

6AS5 and 6N2P vacuum tube base guitar amplifier

Monday, July 14th, 2014

Another Dilshan Jayakody's cool project, a vacuum tube base amplifier project based on 6AS5 pentode and 6N2P dual triode: This is our first vacuum tube base amplifier project and this project is based on 6AS5 pentode and 6N2P dual triode. Schematic of this project is not designed by us and we got...

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Open guitar pedal

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

The pedalSHIELD Arduino guitar pedal by Electrosmash: The shield has three parts: The Input Stage or Preamp: Amplifies the guitar input signal and sends it to the Arduino microcontroller to be processed. Arduino Board: It does all the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) modifying the signal and adding the effect (delay, echo,...

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Augmented guitar uses Arduino & Max MSP

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

[embed][/embed] Here's a video by Thebishopgame describing how his Guitarduino works, an Arduino/MaxMSP guitar mounted midi control system: There are 6 arcade buttons on the bridge, three force sensitive resistor squares on the body, and a long FSR strip on the back of the neck. The arduino just takes sensor...

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3D printed guitar

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Bård S D built a guitar with a 3D printer. but not any guitar, built to his own specifications he wanted to it to be minimalist and functional. many of the parts double like the pick holder and hand rest. There is a video after the break. via Hack a...

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