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Discussion in 'Building the Classics' started by Travis398, Jun 27, 2020.
The braided transformer lines look good.
I was able to get a couple things done today, the pots
Slave out, Impedance selector
Started the Fx loop
You do great work Travis. Nice and clean and great soldering too.
Bias pot and resistors
todays job is to finish this
My fingers are way too big for that kind of stuff
So nicely done. I'm not skilled enough to do one clean like that, so I doubt I'll tackle the SLO.
I always end up screwing things up when I go from 1987 to 2204 as it is. LOL
Small needle nose pliers and a big magnifier was the only way I could do those small switches
late to the party, but briefly had a jca 50w combo. it was only one or two components off from the slo schematic
in my opinion, after some tweaks to the crunch channel that's where the magic is. stock there's a lot of signal dumped but the way i had it it was hot rod Plexi territory. i was even impressed by the build quality. jet city always seems to use huge transformers... my picovalve has enormous transformers for a little 5w single ended amp
finished up in the chassis, hard part is over.
FX loop return
The power board is next
these are beautiful boards!!!!! did you make them?
Looks like the C3 amps boards?
Really great job so far. enjoying following.