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6AS5 and 6N2P vacuum tube base guitar amplifier

Posted on Monday, July 14th, 2014 in DIY, hacks by DP

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Another Dilshan Jayakody’s cool project, a vacuum tube base amplifier project based on 6AS5 pentode and 6N2P dual triode:

This is our first vacuum tube base amplifier project and this project is based on 6AS5 pentode and 6N2P dual triode. Schematic of this project is not designed by us and we got it from web. We got this schematic sometimes ago and now we can’t find original site where this schematic appeared first, because of that we host copy of that schematic in here.

 

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