|Eric||1/14/98 1:11 am||52||36|
Just advertise; "Inside tube amps", an absolute muscisian friendly (and you can order every part there) must read. A 50.00 course on everything from designing, modifiyng and mostly repairing of tube amps (Fender as the example they use); instead of throwing any more bread crums to the peasants (nothing cynical, just a dull joke) I think this would fix everything up nicely.
|Eric||1/14/98 0:05 am||13||43|
You have Got to put a hyper clean rhythm power amp here.
|Boschtel||12/31/97 0:20 am||48||77|
|Let's add the missin' details in the schematics.And by the way we could add Layouts for the schematics.
Hey, Mr. Homepageman,
I want to build the Marshall Amp, but I need the missing details in the schematics. Could you send me a mail ?
|joe||12/29/97 1:30 am||24||57|
|Let's make a opinion room room about guitar amp recording techniques|
|Evan Ladoux||12/23/97 6:56 pm||40||74|
|Have an article written by an amp guru, on how to actually DO something with the schematics listed here. I want to create a direct recording preamp with the Hiwatt preamp schematics, but I haven't a clue as to what I'm doing electronically. I can solder, and I've got a good brain, but that's it.
I'd also like to have the schematics for the Hiwatt 100W class A power amp sections. I'd also like to build a rackmount stereo power amp 100W/ch..
|John mitchell||12/17/97 2:38 am||41||59|
|You should contact the amp gurus listed in the polls, and ask if some would consent to conducting a real time chat with those of us who would care to ask specific questions.|
|Dave G.||12/10/97 9:02 pm||80||62|
|Let's get more discussion happening about how to do cool
inexpensive mods, make schematics available, & share
design ideas. Dedicate a section to mods only, in other words.