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Low V Hack Job part II


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This is another version of my amp with a 12vdc wall wart for the heaters and a 30v printer power supply for the B+
This time, instead of a self split output section, I'm using one triode for a gain stage and one for a SE output. I'm using a tiny reverb transformer for the OT. It's pretty much all gain but I think it's an improvement over the self split design.

B9 Organ pedal ...


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Here’s the band all Beer’d up , doing an Oldie ...

Watts the Secret, Man ? by Katopan


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Katopan playing Watts the Secret, Man ?

Watts the Secret, Man by Katopan


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Katopan playing Watts the Secret, Man?

Organ Pedal 2


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Dragged this one out for the pedal test , then forgot the chords... Duh !!! Most any song can come up at practice , the question is remembering ...

StarGeezers SD version


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a guitar band re creation of the Steely Dan/Michael Mc Donald selection ...

Pushy Croaker Self-Split ...


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Tested after troubleshooting ... going through the pup switch ...

6.3v Pinnacle reverb by Daviedawg


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Reverb range by Daviedawg


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Clip to demonstrate range of level adjustment in Take III reverb. humbuckers direct through reverb unit into interface. No amp etc.

Sample of reverb in action by Daviedawg


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Yamaha SF500 direct through Take III reverb unit into interface. No amp etc.


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