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Discussion in 'Amp Tech Center' started by davis1676, Apr 10, 2013.
Ever seen inside a Paul Reed Smith Amp. This is a work of art!
Ok, here is a few more.
Interesting use of radial bypass caps; unconventional for hand-wired amps.
A little hodge-podge-y (which doesn't bother me per se); I imagine it sounds very good and looks like a million $s.
Can you show a pic of the inner tube socket lead dress...for the hardcore voyeurs?
Thanks for sharing!
No problem. I dont own the amp just had a guitar buddy that won it at a festival a couple of years ago. Its heavy and a good sounding amp but too rich for my blood. I always like to see pics of the custom stuff myself. Check out the fan on the tubes.
For the money they're asking for them, they better be works of art!
Meh. If you want to see a real work of art, look inside a Dave Reeves era Hiwatt.
Cool! The Merlin Blencowe school of running heaters across tube sockets.
Thank you for taking the time to do it.
Won it? Awesome!
Work of art? Take a look at one of the Trainwreck circuits.
Thats nice. Looks like they have one of every kind of cap made.
Shortly before his death, Harry Joyce, the man responsible for wiring the original Hiwatts, made a few amps under his own name. Here is a chassis shot of one. British Mil-spec wiring at it's best
thats a work of art.
good one indeed.
I also dig that trainwreck Tommyboy. I have considered trying to build one. I have the schematics and layouts somewhere around here. Mine wont be anything I will show you guys. ha ha it would not take the heat in this group.
pics of tic tac toe wired amps are cool. sort of reminds me of seeing pics of blonde teles with maple boards
yup, looks nice just like the previous 100 amp pics / tele pics
ok, you win. you made me want one
My first thought was an amp built out of parts laying around the bench, some from Radio Shack and stuf pulled from VCRs.
But it is hand wired.