Lo-fi amp built with a Synthrotek kit, an old toolbox compartment, and a re-purposed keyboard speaker

REDIDIT! New and improved Trigguitar features analog synthesis for the first time! Very happy with the results. As always I’m so torn about putting it up on eBay but I know I can make one again (probably improved in some way or another). Thanks synthrotek for the awesome DIY kits: The LOFI Amplifier and Atari Punk Console. (Also included inside are an arduino and digital to analog converter)

%102 square-pulse nastyness up in this beast.

#stillwaitingforparts //  #shouldhaveorderedallatonce // #stilldontknowwhathashtagsdo // #over

#stillwaitingforparts //  #shouldhaveorderedallatonce // #stilldontknowwhathashtagsdo // #over

THE BEGINNING IS NEAR! New Trigguitars in the works here. Time to hit the drills n’ saws. Dropping these 2 on eBay in Jan.  UPGRADES for “V2” and “Mini”- LED lights and MIDI Out Jack (along with USB-MIDI)

THE BEGINNING IS NEAR! New Trigguitars in the works here. Time to hit the drills n’ saws. Dropping these 2 on eBay in Jan.  UPGRADES for “V2” and “Mini”- LED lights and MIDI Out Jack (along with USB-MIDI)

Pics of the first finished Trigguitar found at (www.trigguitar.com) I am very happy with the first run and excited to see how V2 turns out!

In progress pictures of the “Trigguitar”.. a USB-MIDI keytar-arcade-style controller designed to control MIDI softwares (specifically Ableton LIVE since that’s what I like to use right now) and improve dynamics of live performance.

(Source: trigguitar.com)

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