I put 4 cuts into the coupler sider so a hose clamp would squeeze it on the throat. Another picture with a very short zip cord patch wire plugged in to make the normal non-talkbox speaker connection, for practice amp use when not being used with the talk box. It’ll never see it’s full potential. Then i put that whole assembly into a 4″ pvc end cap. What I would like to end up with is something that carries an internal amplifier, has an instrument and microphone input, and a single line output. If you need more sustain then just use a compressor.
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I step on it no signal would pass, then in bypass more it would feed an amp that would drive the horn driver, sound would pass up the plastic tube and The sound would reflect off the back of the throught into the mic.
I am thinking of using an impedance matcher to convert the microphone input to line level output to go back into my pedalboard. This way i shouldnt have to open it again. I found out the low e rings at 83hz in standard tuning. You dont want to have to constantly replace diaphragms, do you? In the diagram I showed the speaker wires in the guitar amp for clarity, there is no mod what so ever to your normal guitar amp. Join the HC Newsletter.
This is the implementation that I am currently using. You just need overdrive voiced for guitar that sustains notes long enough to mime out the words and the amp acting as vocal cords. Looked extremely funky onstage, but it sure was a topic of conversation! Any other diy talkboxes here? What I would like to end up with is something that carries an internal amplifier, has an instrument and microphone input, and a single line output.
I recommend 6 feet or so of clear non-toxic plastic tube size: It was hard to here the sound out the tube vs the actual speaker. Do you already have an account?
The amp is 10watt so it not as much sound comin out of the hose as i wiuld like. They do make PVC caps with a five-eighths inch hole in it!
Obviously, I don’t want to pump w into it. Then I just switch the singnal on feeding the voice box amp and that sound comes through the PA.
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Its a bitch to haul to gigs though and set up. There is a hole drilled talkbod the top for the hose barbs to come through. Zip Cord is two wire electrical cord usually brown that can be unZIPped by just pulling the two wires apart.
Another picture with a very short zip cord patch wire plugged in to make the normal non-talkbox speaker connection, for practice amp use when not being used with the talk box.
BullsfanAug 14, Around 15 watts seems a common size, and should work great for this application. They are under bucks and are not the top of the line but work fine, especially if you can run it into a PA rather than an amp.
Just found an old Marshall amp that happens to be 15w, 8ohms. It’ll never see it’s full potential. This is the bottom half of the “casing for the driver.
So mine gets screwed on a ways and then secured with some attractive black duct viy. Then i put that whole assembly into a 4″ pvc end cap. The ultimate set-up is the all-in-one unit. Fender Stratocaster Guitar Forum.
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I think that is brilliant. I’ve used my littel marshall practice andp, and unstalled a speaker out jack that hhorn the internal speaker.
Something like this may work http: Its loud enough for practice without a mic but saying words isnt as clear without a mic.