My Bluesbreaker Build (help And Advice Wanted)

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  1. DerekIsEric

    DerekIsEric New Member

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    Hi MarshallForum folks!

    Im currently building a Modified Kt66 Bluesbreaker with greenbacks etc for a university project (Pretty cool right?) but im planning on adding a reverb tank to the combo and having it integrated in the circuit (Basically a fender twin style reverb). Solid state isnt a problem for the amplification required for the reverb signal

    What would be the best way to do this?
    Has anyone done something like this before?
    Any advice on building/combining the two circuits?

    Any help is great

    S.
     
  2. ibmorjamn

    ibmorjamn Well-Known Member

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    There are several guys that build amps here. I am not that far advanced .
    Several websites will schematics on this I bet
     
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    ibmorjamn Well-Known Member

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    ampmadscientist Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum. :cheers:

    All the information you need is contained in the Hot Rod Deluxe schematic.

    https://www.thetubestore.com/lib/thetubestore/schematics/Fender/Fender-Hot-Rod-Deluxe-Schematic.pdf

    However to use solid state / op amps you need a low voltage power supply which is usually about plus / minus 15 volts.

    Other than that, you can use the high voltage already in a tube amp, to run a tube reverb circuit.
     

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