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Yeah if it sounds perfect best not to touch it, box it up & have some fun:)
Now that's a beautiful recreation of 7026, great attention to detail down to the green Plessey & even the heaters are the right color.
Nice cap clones :), amps are beautifully done.
I have a 784-128 in mine using a very early version as example , will post some pics soon.....
Nice amp Metroman, my JTM45 clone built in 2003 is similarity tubed with mC1s in V1, can't remember V2 & 3, pair of smoke glass KT66 and a...
FWIW I built a 45 for myself (RS) and one for a friend (784-103) and my recollection was the RS is a bit cleaner & the 103 is more...
Can't wait to see your 45/100, work is always inspiring. One of these days I would like to build one with old parts.
BTW my amp pictured...
Which version JTM45 you want to build, the earlier RS or the later Drake.
Power scaling is cool but you also have other...
Wow very nice builds, did you use the 784-139 or the 784-128 output ?
Love those grey RS cap thingies.
build with passion ! I like that:cheers:
Thanks Dan, yes it is a nice sounding amp, my #1 at the moment.
Built this amp a few years ago using pretty much all modern parts, build on a Marstran 45/100 chassis, Marstran iron of course, alpha pots, last...
I have this info filed somewhere along with some pictures, I can send them to you, PM if interested.
Excellent, I'll have to try this on my next project. Yeah IIRC those PEC's are molded plastic so I can see that being difficult to mod .
I've heard of this technique but never tried , thanks for the info & some numbers to shoot for.
Very nicely done :dude: Curious what you did to the pots?
That's sweet, man Jeff sure does great work!
Beautiful build ! Love those GEC's , what are you running for ECC83's ?