modman wrote:You are very right in bringing this up, I put an end to this discrimination, for which I alone am to blame... Indeed saw some SS amp post in this (café section), because of this very reason.
If anybody sees SS amp discussion anywhere else than in the Amplifiers section, just report the post, and we mods will move it.
I think you will be pleasantly surprised by a book about SS guitar amplifiers:
http://www.thatraymond.com/downloads/so ... a_v1.0.pdf
Broadcaster wrote:..... there is http://www.ssguitar.com ....
DimebuGG wrote:I posted this over SSGuitar.com.
what is it you didn't like about it? (or the ruby for that matter)..
this isn't something I'd use live, it's simply something physically light to hear the guitar and effects.. mostly so I can test out a vox vdl looper I have recently bought and can't be arsed lugging my valve amp upstairs heh.
allesz wrote:Hey rocklander. I have a question: what kind of speaker do you use?
I don't think that Ruby is a definitive amp, but it is good for holidays and for the first tests (late at night) of pedals.
I have built mine with a really small mylar speaker (3 or 4 cm) and it sounds pretty shitty; but when connected to a good cab it always surprise me.
I made experiments with a tda7052 (probably... ) and posted it in a tread here at FSB (it's title should be "the smallest amp ever"); right now this amp belongs to my bass player, I rememnber it being more powerfull and cleaner compared to the ruby.... so probably it can be better for your porposes.
rizibiz wrote:Again, I emphasize I enjoyed both the Tiny Giant and the Ruby but they are more like a proof of concept or a "toy" rather than a proper amp which is fine in every way, just wanted to let you know what to expect.
rizibiz wrote:Ok, maybe all you need for these to sound great is a good preamp. Or a POD, or something like that.
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