For Audio starting point:Originally posted by Jonesey
I've been tinkering with tube amps for a while and would like to really understand the circuit design theory. Can anyone recommend a good starting point?
Hey Bob, is Schafers book a technicians book or more for EEs? For Troubleshooting in generalOriginally posted by drbob1
I second the AmpNerds recommendations for guitar amp books. Funks deals mostly with Fenders, and is quite readable and funny. TUT is a LOT more detail, more "out there" concepts and a harder read if you're not very technical. I also bought an Electronics Textbook by Schafer that has helped, although tubes only involve 1/4 of the book, it has helped me work thru some things I was having trouble with.
"Electronic Communication", Robert L. Schrader (4th edition)Originally posted by TheAmpNerd
Hey Bob, is Schafers book a technicians book or more for EEs? For Troubleshooting in general
Jame Perozzo's The Complete Guitar to Electronics Troubleshooting is a great work. However it only
mentions tubes en passant. But for all the other
stuff we have to deal with in amps it is great.