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Crate VC508 schematic...


 
8/10/2003 3:46 AM
Toonz
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Crate VC508 schematic...
Anyone have, or know of a link to the schematic for the little Crate VC508 tube amp? I have one that was on fire, and I need to have a peek at the schematic...  
Thanks...
 
9/20/2003 10:12 PM
John Culp
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Hey Toonz, look here: http://www.stlouismusic.com/downloads/division_logos/Schematics/Crate_Schematics/  
 
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9/25/2003 3:56 PM
Mark Hammer
Great link!  
 
What I find surprising is how liberal a use of vactrols Crate makes. They are absolutely everywhere, especially on the power amp inputs for many of their smaller bass and keyboard-oriented amps that use power-amp chips rather than discrete transistors.  
 
While we're keeping secrets, the same site has a bunch of Ampeg schematics as well.
 
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