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Put a 150pf cap across the input and sweep of the volume pot.
Here's one I recently did. I have since move a couple controls to the front and added a tone pot. BTW, the bulb that was in the original amp was...
They most were likely there to stabilize the circuit for the reverb. I removed them since most guitar amps don't have anything in tat part of the...
Lose the second triode in the Princeton schem and go directly to the triode after the transistor stage.
I should have clarified this. With the circuit going into one cap before the standby switch, the voltage will increase when the standby switch is...
5Y3 capacitors should be no more than 22uf There's data sheets that say 10 uf and this one: http://oldradio.qrz.ru/tubes/foreign/01/5Y3.gif That...
There's less voltage right off of the rectifier than there is after the first filter cap.
From the #8 Pin on the rectifier to the switch then to the first filter cap.
I built one like that with no problem.
I have had two '52 reissues. The first was too bright for my taste so I sold it to a friend that loved it. The one I have now has just the...
You're right there, and I once used a stock BF Deluxe reverb biased for 6L6s and it was fine although down a bit in wattage.
The Deluxe OT would work, it's a compromise rating, but it is too small for the job. A 40 Watt Vibrolux/ Pro OT is a better choice.
The face plate on that amp is a Blackface one. There are no numbers on it. It just has the "cupcake" knobs.
I built one of these for a Steel...
This doesn't make sense to me. Where did you get this information?
I like the humble Eminence Legend 105
The voltages on the schematic will likely not be the same as you amp. Close, but check the plate voltage in your amp before biasing..
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The Tweed Vibrolux and the Brown Princeton are nearly Identical
The Princeton uses 30uf filter caps, the Vibrolux uses 16uf.
The Strat is built with a GFS XGP Seafoam Green body with a GFS Brass block tremolo. the Pickups are pulls from a '57 reissue Fender American...
Looks like you can't take responsibility for your actions.
This is idiotic. The comment was not needed. Grow up!
This wasn't necessary.
The second input has a higher input resistor and lower resistance to ground sending a weaker signal into the first tube. It was originally...