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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Can we imitate marshall??
« on: February 25, 2007, 04:00:19 AM »
Hey, that sounds kool the dreamtone! thanks man! I m going to see if im going to do this.

If it sounds great, and it is given with a lot of details, you've given me a collosal help, i have been searching for such sites on Google hopelessly. if you have some more, i would appreciate that, but this is already very very good. 

Thanks a lot guy

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Can we imitate marshall??
« on: February 23, 2007, 12:58:03 AM »
Ok, so do ya think that tubes can give superior sound to that of ss or can new ss preamp be as good as the tube ones.

Ive got Rickenbacker. Gibson, Marshall(which are painfully elaborate),mesa boogie, and ampeg schematics. Which would give me best satisfaction? im playin hardrock music. sometimes clear sound or sometimes heavily overdriven & distorted effects.

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The Newcomer's Forum / Can we imitate marshall??
« on: February 22, 2007, 12:36:47 PM »
I  have been listening to a friend playing with a marshall amp, and i was delighted by the warm sound you can get out of it,   8)
he says to me that its due to the valve technology. Since i am doing my 100w amplifier, i
wanted to get this (old but cool) technology on my amplifier. i was thinking, it is the pre-amp that shapes and give the tones to the amplifier, so,
could i use a valve preamp and a conventional amp(2 LM3886) or on the contrary use an opamp preamp with valve amp
or use the two(amp & preamp) with valve.

I thought of making a simple valve preamp that would use 2 or 3 valve but i personally wont use
a valve amp or the both with valve because the valve technology is such a pain as compared to
new LMxxxx or TDAxxxx that give a very good sound quality with high fidelity and are insanely easy to use.

I have been studying schematic preamps from trademarks(gibson,marshall,ibaney,ricken.)  that i got
 on www.freeinfosociety.com and am thinking of making one of these. As im not an electronic master,
i am getting trouble choosing which preamp would be good.

Do you have any suggestion for a good schematic of a good quality preamp(good means to me, no hum or feedback, high fidelity)
with the basic tone control(treb, bass, mid) Wether it uses the opamp or tube technology.

Im looking for simple one(not extraordinarily elaborate like my marshal schematics,lol bkoz im a 17year student) with good knowledge of electronics
for my age.

Hope ya can help me, bkoz i got tons of schematics but dont know which one is the good to choose. Hope ya have one of the schematics that
would make me feel as if it is a marshall(ya, i kno, its impossible to imitate the marshall). but lets try...   :trouble

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Rod Eliot AMP
« on: February 07, 2007, 08:23:30 AM »
Thanks for the hint man!!!

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Rod Eliot AMP
« on: February 07, 2007, 08:15:40 AM »
Im playing  hardrock (rammstein, and others), so thats why i would like a 100watt, if the preamp seems to be 'ok 'as says teemuck, i wont use it because i need a perfect one  ;D but anyway ill see if i can use some other more simple products, like 2  LM3886 together, each one giving an output of 60watt. seems feaseable, na??

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Rod Eliot AMP
« on: February 07, 2007, 05:40:01 AM »
Ok, but for 100w, i want a stage amplifier(not really powerful for stage but seems ok to me), if the pre-amp is not appropriate, i would use another better one, do ya think the power amp is good for stage(not for practice)??

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The Newcomer's Forum / Rod Eliot AMP
« on: February 06, 2007, 01:25:04 PM »
Hey, im doing the 100w amplifier of rod elliot, the mkII, does anyone know how these sound, ive already done the pre-amp on stripboard but the amplifier circuit is really difficult and the pcb is available but only for commercial purposes(its not that cheap), did anyone put the pcb on internet??? I just cant design it on pcb or stripboard, it is too difficult...

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Amplifier Discussion / Re: The nelson 6W miracle (?)
« on: December 29, 2006, 02:08:06 AM »
Even if it is heating up, could you just give us the PCB layout so that we can find what is wrong man...

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Want a PCB please!
« on: December 21, 2006, 07:59:53 AM »
 Ya man,
                i have been looking for the perfect amp for three weeks(not exaggerating) on google gut i did not get the perfect amp, so thats why i was askin if any professional guitarist would give me a good suggestion. Teemuk, thank you a lot!!!  I have found at last a good amp which is easy but seems to be of good quality. And thanks joe kool, you are doin a great job man!!! Keep it up guys!

                                                                 :tu:

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The Newcomer's Forum / Re: Want a PCB please!
« on: December 18, 2006, 05:10:29 AM »
That is really cool but im looking for pcb with the schematics like those on www.fuzzcentral.ssguitar.com and i need a really more powerful than that you gave me. sincerely, i need more quality than power and amps with only a few transistors sound horrid, i wanted to make one with valves but in Mauritius, we dont have such variety of electronic spare parts, so i must find one with transistor but that sound really good.

isn't there any other sites or any ssguitar member  who did an amp and who is putting the pcb layout on the intnet??

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The Newcomer's Forum / Want a PCB please!
« on: December 17, 2006, 08:25:54 AM »
I want to build my guitar amp and i have got a lot of shematics but no one was accompanied with a PCB layout, a pcb really helps to accelerate the work and is very tidy.

Can som1 give me a link where i can get shematics with the PCB layouts of a 10w-20w ss amp please, ti is very important for my college project!!! ???

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