#2
I know the marshall Randy Rhoads head has a cascading gain mod done to it
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#3
the randy rhoads marshall has cascading gain
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#4
The only cascading gain amp I have is a crappy Park G-10, but it's a precursor to the MG series and is pretty rare and old (like early 90's old). Most Marshalls don't have a cascading gain circuit, but a button to switch on the gain.
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#5
what does cascading mean?
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"A cascade amplifier is any amplifier constructed from a series of amplifiers, where each amplifier sends its output to the input of the next amplifier in a daisy chain."

so yeah, if you have one gain stage (typically a part or an entire preamp tube) that is linked to another... well the gain adds up, or cascades. most high gain amps have cascading preamp stages.

there's my super simple explanation.
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"A cascade amplifier is any amplifier constructed from a series of amplifiers, where each amplifier sends its output to the input of the next amplifier in a daisy chain."

so yeah, if you have one gain stage (typically a part or an entire preamp tube) that is linked to another... well the gain adds up, or cascades. most high gain amps have cascading preamp stages.

there's my super simple explanation.


Isn't it basically where one tube fully saturates before sending the signal to the next tube?? I've never really fully understood the concept.

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#10
My amp has cascading gain, I think lol.
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Isn't it basically where one tube fully saturates before sending the signal to the next tube?? I've never really fully understood the concept.

And its nice to see you back on here - haven't seen you post in quite a while

i'm not entirely sure whether or not the full tube or just a triode has to saturate, but the passing of that signal to the next stage/tube is what i'm certain about.

and thanks, i've been busy enjoying my last summer break for quite a while
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#12
Pretty sure anything with more than one gain stage is considered cascading, which is every amp. When you think the v1 tube feeds into the v2 tube, that's cascading. The gain channel adds v3 into the mix, which is just another gain stage. It's all cascading