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Re: 6v6 and El84

10/23/1999 8:57 AM
Re: 6v6 and El84
You guys ARE the braintrust!!  
this sounds like the ultimate..  
10/23/1999 2:25 PM

what size pots are you using and are you using a single phase inverter ( i think you have to) and is the phase inverter from a standard schematic or your own design?  
One note, any ideas on what a great preamp for this design would be. I like to get nice and crunchy but this will be talored to a 67'riviera my goal is to have a great range of tones out of this. any reccommendations?
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10/22/1999 5:51 PM

I am very interested in how this works for you as I am planning a project that is very similar. Keep us posted.  
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