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If I do this mod I'll use a smaller (~100 OHM) series res and larger (~100 uF or whatever will fit) cap. IMO, his amp is already too 'weak kneed'...
Can you post the info directly here?
Anyone have info on the V5/T5 hum fix? Found a couple references to this hum and it might be related to the reverb circuit.
Note: This is not a...
Does anyone have a link (or explanation) to the hum fix for the V5/T5 amp?
They can be great guitars.
FWIW, I got one in a trade and although it played well it was as heavy as a cinder block. :confused:
I would HIGHLY recommend a Squier Bullet Strat or Tele. Both are really good guitars....
I suspect you're onto something regarding that 'game'. o_O
The other option is that these outages are planned to get more cross-channel migration.
This thread should be a permanent hangout for ST'rs :)
It should be welcome back as I've been here longer than ST.
I even have and like a Tele now. :eek:
The T5 is the head version of the V5.
I have multiple amps but want to increase (if possible) the T5's clean headroom.
I found the schematic for the original version.
Is the schematic for the 2017 version available online somewhere. Please post a link if someone...
Thanks for the feedback! :grin:
What gain setting are you using for your spanky/chimey tone?
I will try a few more tone experiments...
I'm using low output pickups and the 10C Master and Guitar volume at 10:
Can't get chimey tones at mid-high volume when using headphones without...
FWIW, I've become increasing unsatisfied with the 10C "clean" tones. They're just a bit too dirty for a chimmy clean tone or at least I haven't...
Had the 10C for a month now.
It's a nice little amp even if it's got a relatively modest tonal range.
Best things about it are the 5 user...
Very likely the pedal power supply has the mains-neutral flip-flopped.
Thank you very much! :grin:
Just ordered the THR10C. :grin:
Will update when I get it and check it out.
Anybody using pedals with the 10's?
I ordered a Mustang iii today and look forward to learning from the pros here.