Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Ampegasaur, Jun 27, 2011.
Matchless Spitfire clone with 6V6 tubes
1964 Fender Vibroverb
1973 Sound City R
Check out this mod on my bench right now:
Okay, okay, fess up, who did it?
I think Pablo Picasso did it, Hi ! Hi !
My Top Hat Emplexador MKII. Brian sure does nice work!
Boogie MKII B
My Stu-Daddy '59 Deluxe replica
Onboard reverb! I know...a Deluxe doesn't need reverb!
Needless to say, I had these replaced.
I had some of these in my "drip edge" Super Reverb. They are no longer in the amp, but I still have them.
Truthfully, I think my Super Reverb sounded better with these originals than it does with the blue Spragues that were installed.
Post some more!!!!!!
73 Hiwatt DR112
76 Super Lead
68 Selmer T"n"B 50
Had no idea Scott was using PCB. Very neat and nice looking work.
proof that all the hours reading about parts doesn't help when you gotta put solder to them.
Overdrive Special HRM amp that I recently completed. More pics can be seen here: http://s608.photobucket.com/albums/tt169/Welagen-Amps/Welagen Overdrive Special HRM/
Where's the 500 pf cap for the HRM, is underneath like the rest?
Actually, I was awaiting parts when these pics were taken...it usually works that way with me....hmmm, no parts, let's do something else then like take pics...
That 500pF is now under the HRM PCB. The amp sounds great now. Lots of smooth gain and very focussed. The best part is that it even sounds great without the Preampboost engaged.
And OP: I really like this thread. It is cool to see the builds of others. Thanks for starting Rev II.
1967 Ampeg Reverberocket II, pre cap job:
I am quite fond of Ampegs!!!!