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Discussion in 'The Workbench' started by Marcell, Jul 26, 2020.
My favorite channel on youtube.. made me want to do repaires by myself.
Great videos I have seen them too. If want to repair amps go to school for it . Check out the junior collage . This guy makes it look To easy
I did contact a local ampschool, but due Corona it's on hold till next year.
Study and read as Much as possible Before you go
If you like watching vids on people repairing amps check out
“uncle Doug” on YouTube. He does a really good job troubleshooting and explaining the circuits
Do you have suggestions, what literature to reed?
I just got this one.. Loving it so far.
Anybody built the two stroke amp in it? How did it sound? I can't find any good vids on YT of it.
Just ordered it... 3 weeks waiting..
I was tempted to build it but it seemed kind of expensive so I built a 5e3 instead for my first build. 10 amps later, and counting....
Awesome.. you're an experienced pro now. I thought the same thing about the two stroke being expensive. There is a kit on reverb for $400. The regular kit is 600.. funny thing is it comes with an 8" and 10" speaker but no cab.
I haven't heard anyone playing one that could play very good. I think it may be based on a Princeton but with changeable power tubes. That'd be cool if it sounded good.
Thanks to uncle Doug I learned how to balance my 9200.. so easy when you have the tools.
I have learned soooooo much from Uncle Dough and Terry D-labs.
Our very own Mr. Hopkins has also been a treasure.
following, just ordered dave hunter´s book.
I like them both, Uncle Doug offers a more precise description on what he does, D-Lab is also very good, since he also knows what he is talking about. Essentially they gave me a better understanding on how to work on all my amps.