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marshall 9200 schematic?


 
5/19/2000 6:08 PM
ken gilbert marshall 9200 schematic?
i need one of these--does anybody have one or know where to get one?  
 
while i'm asking questions, how about alternate tube choices? 5881's are so boring...  
 
ken
 
5/19/2000 7:48 PM
Trace
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quote:
"i need one of these--does anybody have one or know where to get one?"
 
 
Sorry Ken I don't have one for that beast yet but if you get it please send me a copy!! I'm sure I'll get one in soon enough :)  
 
quote:
"while i'm asking questions, how about alternate tube choices? 5881's are so boring..."
 
 
I always stick in EL34's in Marshalls. It sounds far better then 5881's (especially the newer 5881's). Heck, slap some KT66's in there!!! (ha,ha)  
 
Trace
 
 
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5/19/2000 8:39 PM
Ken Gilbert
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i'm seriously thinking about the kt66's.. i'm sure they'd sound miles better than those 5881's. i'll have to see how much money the guy has, and how much he's willing to spend. there ARE eight of them in there!  
 
also, physical size may be a problem too.. i'll have to determine that when i've got the thing opened up in front of me.  
 
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