mmolteratx wrote:absolutely zero commercial use allowed. If I find anyone selling these, I'll fly to your house and kick you in the nads. And you may or may not find yourself in trouble.
phatt wrote:Anywhere from 10k ~50k seems to be the go. Pick a value and let your ears be the judge.
Cub wrote:I really like the diode clipping in later versions of the Split Channel Reverb JCM 800 and especially the Silver Jubilee. Do make sure you look at the schemos of later Split 800s if you're looking for inspiration, as the earlier ones are pants.
sinner wrote:Is that a cap to kill oscillation, right?
sinner wrote:Can you remember that SS model name?
sinner wrote:According to M.Blancowe paralleling bypass cap to plate resistor should be avoided. Setting small cap from plate to ground deals better with paralistic oscillation. It prevents high tension noise to be applied to anode.
sinner wrote:Can you give me a math how to calculate cathode resistor/bypasd cap value to freq?
sinner wrote:Btw. Are you guys sloclone forum members?
deltafred wrote:sinner wrote:Btw. Are you guys sloclone forum members?
I'm not, I already spend (waste?) far too much time on the 4 forums I regularly visit.
MoonWatcher wrote: I'm also actively trying to resist the urge to build any more amps, as I don't have the time to play the ones I currently have.
deltafred wrote:MoonWatcher wrote: I'm also actively trying to resist the urge to build any more amps, as I don't have the time to play the ones I currently have.
Likewise. I have far too many amps, cabs, guitars, and basses.
Trouble is I get a new gear but never sell the old.
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