schematics for a 60's Marshall 200 watt "pig"

Discussion in 'Let's Talk Vintage' started by rbehm, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. pleximaster

    pleximaster Well-Known Member

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    You are right! 42W ! If you go to the GEC KT88s data sheet

    I got the 35 watt from the internet Eurotubes see pic... It is wrong.
    I am not that used to kt88s ;)

    plexi


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    pleximaster Well-Known Member

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    Johan Segeborn comes in a few hours and perhaps I should increase it a bit before we do the clip. However it got some gain even though bias is somewhat cold... :)

    By the way Dan where are you on this globe called the earth? Australia US Asia? We have quite a time difference between us. :)


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    danfrank Well-Known Member

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    I am in California, USA. I think there is an 8 hour time difference between where you are and I am.
     
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    Is there any way you would please post the drawing as promised? Or better yet, will you please consider selling your Marshall 200 to me?
     
  5. danfrank

    danfrank Well-Known Member

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    The schematic posted by "Vintagekiki" earlier in this thread is accurate for the most part; I have built a couple of these "PIG" amps so far and they have turned out nicely. I am currently building one for a friend that will have accurate voltages (important for the sound) to the original "Marshall 200" but it will only have 2 KT88 output tubes instead of 4 so I guess you could call it a "Marshall 100" clone. I am waiting for the faceplates to arrive and it will be done. I will start a thread with pictures in the "Building the Classics" page on this forum when it is completed.

    Are you interested in one of these for the sound or are you a collector?
     
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    neikeel Well-Known Member

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    Looking forwards to this build- is it along similar lines to the fusion bear build ?
     
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