#1
Which slot in the amp is usually where the phaser inverter (I think that's what it's called) tube goes?

oh and what is the phaser inveter tube for anyway?
Guitar
Jackson DKMGT with semour duncan pickups
Peavey Classic 30 (upgraded speaker)
Digitech Digidelay
Ibanez TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer
Dunlop wah
Boss DS-1
Bass
Rogue LX400 pro- 4 string bass
Rogue RB60 60 watt bass combo
#2
Its usually the last pre-amp tube before the power tubes because amps that work in push-pull operation need a balanced pre-amp tube to carry the signal since the tubes are exactly 180 degrees opposite eachother. I'm sure if you google it someone else can explain it much better that I can.
#3
So would it sound like crap without that balanced pre-amp tube in the phaser inverter slot?
Guitar
Jackson DKMGT with semour duncan pickups
Peavey Classic 30 (upgraded speaker)
Digitech Digidelay
Ibanez TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer
Dunlop wah
Boss DS-1
Bass
Rogue LX400 pro- 4 string bass
Rogue RB60 60 watt bass combo
Last edited by JacksonShred09 at May 10, 2006,
#4
I never used an amp without a proper phase inverter, its just something you should get, like matched pairs/quads, rebiasing, etc........its just good practice/maintenece/habit.