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Glad I could help! I put one in my own DSL15H about a month back, it made enough of a difference that I didn't see the point of messing about...
I hear that. I had to order mine from Eurotubes in the US. Took a week to get to me in Toronto.
Try an EC823 instead. It's 1/2 12AU7 and 1/2 12AX7. Only 1/2 of V1 is used in the RED channel, and the 12AU7 part of the EC823 tames the red...
Rule of thumb says go 100W, but if you're not running it dimed you should be fine with a 60W speaker.
Happy New Compressor day! Looks like you picked a great one. I felt the same way about 'knowing what I was missing' the first time I tried my...
A Bluesbreaker tube preamp with a solid state power section. And tube tremolo.
A 20W Bluesbreaker head. With tube tremolo and no ICs.
Agreed. I had a Code25 and found It was fantastic direct to DAW. Would like to see that Marshall tech in a pedal like a VOX Stomplab.
I know, I've read the schematic for the 15 and 40, it's the same chip. The big question is do they all have the same programming.
Maybe. The 40 and 100 have four channels ( 2 green, 2 red) and reverb.... The 15 has 2 channels, and only the combo has reverb. Only Marshall knows.
Its the AT2313 chip on the DSL15 and DSL40. The programming may be different tho.
Or build your own with one of these kits from Trinity in Ontario Canada
Define "public"..... :-)
This looks like it's going to be a cool project. You won't mind dropping by with an occasional update?
I play with my Bigsby. What i do with my wang is none of your affair
Now you're over the top
AT2313. And no, it wasn't me who clipped the legs...
Its not just the chip, it's the proprietary code on the chip. Have your amp tech contact Marshall in the UK. From what I've read here and...