Ok, I admit, This part was a bit of a pain.... Because of the VRM module
Nice job! I like how you braided the wires to the output impedance selector. That is dead secksy!I bought one of the Trinity Amps version of this build and as a tool maker with no electronics training, I was able to finish the amp with no problems. The documentation is over the top and the pictures make it as easy as can be.
I do.Don't you just hate it when your missing 1 little f... item to finish!
In the shop I've got a 2x12 bluesbreaker style combo cabinet partially built for the JTM45 I made a while back. Need to finish that off.Right on!
So, what's next?
I look forward to several build threads.In the shop I've got a 2x12 bluebreaker style combo cabinet partially built for the JTM45 I made a while back. Need to finish that off.
On the bench, I'm working on a little 1 watt amp called a "Firefly". Also have a square angle Princeton Reverb going together.
No shortage of projects.
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It doesn't just look sexy. I just played through it earlier today. That is one killer sounding amp, both with Master and pre gain equally. I didn't even touch the dials. it just sang and bloomed as it was. Thanks for the Strat help and the Amp test out today Dave!! You're the best!!
Replying a bit late here but...Only thing I'm not enjoying is the tiny 9 pin tube sockets. I think if I ever build another 18W, I'm going build it with a GZ34 (or solid state rec.) and 6V6 power tubes. That's how much I dislike 9 pin sockets.