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|10/9/2000 7:47 AM|
this is the best sounding ss amp for metal i've ever heard (MUCH better than Valvestate). Does anybody have a schematic for if? Then i could find out, how do they make such a beautiful sound, and perhaps build the preamp as a stompbox.
|10/9/2000 10:15 AM|
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I know,this is a tube amp site, but could someone help, or point me to where ss amps are discussed more? And don't send me to hell, etc.
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|10/11/2000 4:37 PM|
||Re: Crate GX900H|
I was unable to find a schematic for the Crate GX900H amp on the Web. It may be available by mail from St. Louis Musical Supply [(314) 727-4512, www.crateamps.com, email@example.com], but I don't know for sure.
Also, after reading so many posts here at Ampage regarding the use of solid-state devices in tube amps, it seems to me that this board is very open-minded on the use of SS circuitry. Tubes create a certain kind of sound, and solid-state devices another, with a certain amount of overlap between the two. I love 'em both, for what I feel they each do best.
|10/12/2000 1:42 PM|
I've found another source for GX1200H, which has just more power. I can have it for the costs of shipping, but that seem too much for me, so i don't know, if i'll purchase it.
I like WELL DESIGNED AND SOUNDING hybrid circuits too.
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