I created the tremolo TMB amp’s circuit design based on a request from a member on 18watt.com. The circuit came out so nicely, naturally I had to actually make one. After hearing it, I’m guessing I’ll be making more than one.
Here’s some improvised mediocrity to demonstrate this amazing guitar amp. The tube reverb and tube tremolo are built into the amp. The only FX pedal used in this demo is an Eventide Rose Delay Pedal in a few parts.
The first part of the demo is with an amazing @knightroguitars “Pioneer MS8” and the second half with a nice @kieselguitars HH2 (customized by me) ;).
Tremolo TMB Reverb Demo
You can email me on the contact page if you’re interested in having an amp custom built. Or if you want to try and build one yourself, you can join us on 18watt.com.
What’s that? You want to see if it’s pretty on the inside too? That’s deep. Sure, check it out:
If you’re somebody that enjoys building guitar pedals, you’ve probably seen the aluminum wah shell floating on the internet. It’s available from a number of sells, for a large range of prices, but it’s exactly the same thing.
The Epiphone AlleyKat is a really nice guitar! With some crap attached to it. Luckily, it’s an easy fix to take the crap off. I was looking forword to this AlleyKat upgrade. You can google the stock version of the guitar for comparison, here is the guitar with all the fit trimmed off: Continue reading →
To recap, the capacitor break in box is a small project I made to help break in, or burn in, capacitors for use in guitar amplifiers and other projects. This can be a very helpful tool if you’re building guitar amplifiers.
I needed a high quality patch bay with specific ins and outs that wasn’t available (at least not for under $1000). I thought that price was insane until I built one. As stupid simple as these are, it’s a time consuming process. It’s still ridiculous, but hey, if you can get it…