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Another "Happily Ever After"! Glad you got it figured out.
I think this line up should work nicely:
PT: Hammond 290 CX 325-0-325, 6.3 VCT @ 4A transformer
OT: Hammond 1760H OUTPUT25WDELUX REVERB SEC=8OHM...
Thanks Jason I should have remembered that from my last build. I think that is the right answer.
Yeah I was thinking diode rectifier might be better. Thanks for checking it out and thanks King Fan!
I am planning to build a head using the Hoffman Stout chassis which is set up to use the 18 watt transformers...
I replaced the rectifier socket and tube, it was very loose and rattley. This is a very good sounding amp! Very quiet as well.
Any chance you could provide a layout for that. Sounds like exactly what I would like to build!
Beautiful! Very nice amp.
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I have a 5F4 Tweed Super that I just rehabbed that I am going to be selling for a good price. It has 5UGB4 Tube Rectifier and 2 6L6 power tubes....
G10C is 89.99
WGS G10C is awesome! IMHO
So I was on my weekly visit to the local musicgoround and saw an ugly duckling sitting in the corner. The tolex was falling off, cigarette burns...
I am pretty sure this is what my final build looked like.
Let me know
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That is one very cool guitar!
Thanks for putting that together! I have saved it for future reference. Very informative.
That sounds like a great amp. Only thing I might do differently is make it a 10" speaker and go with the WGS G10C. That speaker to me sounds as...
muchxs, thanks for chiming in. I might be interested in getting one of those boards from you. How is this?
Let us try again.
Yes, I made the same mistake again:(. I need to get rid of that old layout file. By the way thanks for posting the pic.
Resurrecting this thread. I took Rob's great layout for the 5F1 and modded it to a mash up of a 5F2A and a Blackface Champ. Can you experts review...
I personally prefer the original Brownface cosmetics so that is what I would go with.
I have had cabinets built by both of these guys. Both do excellent work.
Mather Cabinets http://mathercab.com/