#3
1. That looks like a really well made stereo. Sozo and tantalum caps, HUGE iron, etc.
2. If you knew what you were doing you could convert that into an awesome guitar amp
3. What kind of tube is the one third from left? 6SN7? Actually, what are the rest of them, while you're at it?
4. WTF are those tube sockets doing on the side of the amp?
5. Why are all the passive components sitting on the outside? I know there's a cage, but still...weird.
6. Sweet.
#5
Quote by Roc8995
1. That looks like a really well made stereo. Sozo and tantalum caps, HUGE iron, etc.
2. If you knew what you were doing you could convert that into an awesome guitar amp
3. What kind of tube is the one third from left? 6SN7? Actually, what are the rest of them, while you're at it?
4. WTF are those tube sockets doing on the side of the amp?
5. Why are all the passive components sitting on the outside? I know there's a cage, but still...weird.
6. Sweet.



1. Yea it's solid as hell
2. That's exactly what I'm doing
3. Are you talking about the preamp tube? It's a 7199 tube. Says dynakit on it. The power tubes are el-34's.
4. Thats if you need to power the preamp from the poweramp.
5. Don't know, over 30 years old is probably the reason.
6. Yea

There's only 2 problems, I need a new fuse (easy) and the power tube on the way right is cracked (more difficult)

And heres a crappy cell phone picture. Sorry for the size.

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Last edited by Geartrigger at Feb 24, 2008,
#6
Man, that's probably the sexiest amp guts I've ever seen.
Quote by Dave_Mc
I've had tube amps for a while now, but never actually had any go down on me
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maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





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