#1
Who knows a schematic thats somewhat easy for a bass amp? Ive been looking at ampegs, those look jesus christ hard, and i looked at fenders, and those look really hard too. Any one know any?
#2
http://runoffgroove.com/articles.html

This guy has some REALLY easy shematics to some low power amps. Like 9V Amps that push computer speakers! D: Good for beginners I imagine though.

If this is your first project mind if I suggest a pedal first? And work your way up to a 80W Amp?
#6
I'd say just build one of the Bassman channels.
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#7
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
I'd say just build one of the Bassman channels.



but wont i have to change the voltages isnce there isnt as much resistors?
#8
True, it would require some circuit tweaking...
It's easier mentally to build the whole amp. But if you want to go the physically easy way, it's mentally tougher.

A Bassman isn't actually that complex.

You could always try and do something really simple like a Fender Champ, with a some tweaks for more bass, and two 6l6's to get enough power for it to be usable.
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#9
Yeah but i dont know any electrical theory, i just know how to build it off a schematic, so i wouldnt know how to add those 6l6's correctly
#11
Quote by Fast_Bear
It's not really that hard. Electrical theory can be a headache, but you should beable to learn enough to install those with in a week. Just go to a library and get a book!



lol ok
#12
TBH, I wouldn't build anything without having at least a basic understanding of how stuff works.
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