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|1/27/2004 3:19 AM|
|Rski||Re: How important is the Tone Stack?|
The tone stack configeration on your Traynor,
sounds like a mod I ocassionally do on
Marshall tone stacks. Essentallly, when
the treble control associated capacitance
value is high (.005 mf),when turning up
the Treble the gain increases and the other
controls are swamped out. On a typical
Marshall tone stack the associated treble
capacitor is 470 Pf in contrast to 5000Pf.
The lower value will attenuate the upper
sparkle of the guitar's timber and the
drive will not be affected.
Typical tone stacks don't work on any DC
voltage, if DC is present, adjusting the
tone controls would be noisy.