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|6/16/2004 5:36 PM|
||Danelectro DS-100 Schematic - ISO|
I'm looking for a schematic for this amp. Very unusual chassis, looks like two 50 watt amps in a single chassis, but was sold as a 100 watt amp in the 60's. Anybody have a schematic for this, or any information about them?
|6/16/2004 10:38 PM|
Maybe someone does, I don't, but I bet it is real close to the Silvertone model of similar layout. They made the amps for Sears. If that helps.
It was 100 watts, but there was a separate 50 watt amp for each speaker. That is 100 watts, just not the way you are used to.
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|6/17/2004 9:36 AM|
There was no comparable Silvertone model. I've checked the Guitars from Neptune book and the other sources of Sears catalog reprints and find nothing similar in the Silvertone line, although I agree that approach would work with most Dano amps.
I agree it is 100 watts, just a strange approach to getting it. I hope someone on this board has a schematic!
|6/17/2004 5:01 PM|
Try SIlvertone chassis number 185.10411. Two pairs of 6L6, each with own tranny, one per speaker. This may be in Aspen Pittman's book.
|6/17/2004 8:31 PM|
Thanks Enzo, I'll follow up on that. The DS-100 does have two pairs of 6L6's with separate transformers. Do you know a Silvertone model number for that chassis number 185.10411?
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