Help wanted about phone jack pns

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  1. ducky_bass

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    Hi, i'm building a guitar amp and using a 1/4" phone jack. I need to know wich pins are wich. Thanks,

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  2. R!f@@

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    dude.....chill.
    guitar amps and phone jacks are ok.
    Can you build amps and such?
     
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  4. BMorse

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    the best way to find out which part of the phono jack connects to which tab, is by using a multimeter and use the continuity setting to check connections..... is this a Mono Phono jack or a Stereo one??

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  5. ducky_bass

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    It's mono.
     
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  7. retched

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    ....That would rule....
     
  8. retched

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    But alas, no response.. I can still dream.
     
  9. R!f@@

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    Boo hoo hoo :(
     
  10. ducky_bass

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  11. retched

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    >snap< And there goes my dream of working with a famous bassist on electronics projects.. :) Not that you wont be just as well....
     
  12. ducky_bass

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    Hi all, I put the amp together on a solderless breadboard and it works! Now that I know it works I'm going to add in some effects. I don't know what effects to use or how to make them. If anyone can help, I would appretiate it.

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    Im guessing you will want reverb as a definite. Maybe a chorus?
     
  14. ducky_bass

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    Ya, both.

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