Sunday, November 13, 2011

Ceramic guitar amp with working headphone jack

I'm not really sure what to call this project other than a glorified headphone extension cable. I made a miniature guitar amp in ceramics studio during college. I left holes large enough so that you could plug in a standard 1/4" guitar cable just for kicks. Then I thought: why not make this more functional?






7 comments:

Beverly said...

I remember this thing! So cool! Great job, Khang.

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Anonymous said...

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