Working in a small-time business guitar shop, there is always a few hours of downtime in work day. My last few days working in this shop, I managed to pass a few hours by contriving some devices that don’t necessarily have revolutionary purposes. This first little bit features my “External Electric Guitar Tone Control” device. Otherwise known as “Little Hack No. 1”… Read More
KR-5 Is a special request by my lovely girlfriend Katelynn who is a graphic design and fine art major at Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. I asked her for project ideas, and she suggested I build a light box that will help with tracing drawings and other projects. Note: This is not to be confused with a light box… Read More
This simple modification/hack is not my original idea at all. It’s actually not a very hard concept, it’s just something I don’t see in actual use to often.
The Idea or concept is to be able to play your guitar (or other similar signal bearing instrument) using two separate amplifier setups. This will create a very unique mix of tonal qualities and characteristics if you have two different amps. Even if you have the same amplifier twice, it will give you an amazingly whole and fat sound.