Editable D-style schematics

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by 10thTx » Thu Oct 31, 2013 2:14 am

Another schematic from Aaron.

This thread: http://ampgarage.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=22855

Compare editable with the one Aaron posted.

CHECK for errors. Aaron states he is not 100% sure of accuracy.

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by 10thTx » Thu Nov 14, 2013 11:35 am

David Root did a version of the SSS001 without vibrato and reverb.

The thread is here: http://ampgarage.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=21508

and here:

http://ampgarage.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=22855

CHECK for ERRORS! Note that David later changed the screen resistors from 1.5k to 1k/5w.

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by 10thTx » Sat May 23, 2015 11:54 am

C-HRM & C-BM

Check & compare with layouts on website. May contain errors!

Compare with C-amps B+ rail and bias control.

Note there are two pages for each schematic.

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by fenderbender » Sun Sep 06, 2015 4:03 pm

Thanks for sharing your hard work!
Much appreciated!!!
:D
Tom
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by 10thTx » Tue Nov 10, 2015 11:47 am

I tried to find someone who could confirm the schematic matches the layout but unfortunately no one offered a review.

So my advice is IF you want to build this then to compare the layout to the schematic very carefully. IF anyone finds an error or discrepancy between the schematic and layout, please PM me with a correction. Thanks!

With respect, 10thtx

NOTE: there is an apparent error on the layout in that the bass pot is not being shown as grounded.

My understanding is the Lance Keltner YouTube may be this hybrid amp? I don't know that to be correct though.

There is a lengthy thread on a D-hybrid here:
viewtopic.php?t=13878

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NuDnwgnTA4
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by fenderbender » Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:15 pm

Thanks again for sharing your hard work!
Same goes for all your work on the Hoffman forum, all of it much appreciated!
Best regards,
Tom
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by deiseldave » Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:09 pm

This is what my D'lite-ish 6v6 morphed into. Started life as D'tite tweaked. Added mods that various TAG Wizards created: Deep switch, different PAB approach (adjustable resistive Bass/Mid ground lift), mid boost, LNFB lift, Gain Level pot switched to 250K... I think that's it.
The amp sounds great. Super big clean on clean side, and nice distortion on OD. Surprisingly loud for 20W. Mid boost is awesome!
I wanted a little more early breakup on clean side than this gives me, so I am going to convert it to Bluesmaster, and figured I should draw it out before I did. Because, some really smart guys advised me on some cool tweaks that it has. Hope it helps someone.
I looked for errors, but might have developed tunnel-vision. I think it's accurate, with the exception of the SPDT 8-4 ohm switch that I couldn't find a component for. You may want to verify it before using.
Thanks - Dave
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by martin manning » Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:15 pm

deiseldave wrote:This is what my D'lite-ish 6v6 morphed into..
Any chance you can post as a .jpg or .pdf?

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by deiseldave » Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:47 am

martin manning wrote:
deiseldave wrote:This is what my D'lite-ish 6v6 morphed into..
Any chance you can post as a .jpg or .pdf?
Yes sir.
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by larsvictor » Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:46 pm

M. Hartmans version of the SSS.
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Custom compenents make PCB express look better

Post by Sone Aura » Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:22 am

Here is a small example of my custom component library in one of the 4 or 5 computers I use. I REALLY need to file share! The custom components make working on vac tube schematics faster, and the end product is nice. I don't know if this will stick & stay of if there will be no attachment, but that should be an example of custom components from Companders to 6l6GCs.
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THANKS FOR THESE IN EXPCB!!!

Post by Sone Aura » Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:31 am

I have custom components that drop right over most of these, and they clean up and look better, and I appreciate 98% of the work having been done!! THANKS AGAIN! Rock On! 1957 Supro Supreme. 1960 Gibson ES 330 TDC. The Supro is a transitional amp with Supro using up the last of their 6SQ7s before going to all 12AX7s in the next variant's preamp. Power tubes are 6V6GTs. 1st stage is a 6SQ7, gain factor of 100 with a 12AX7 phase inverter. Valco was famous for leaving half a 12AX7 unused. I am famous for trying to use it later, and using a pull pot to kick in an extra gain stage, or split tone stacks between channels.
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by fenderbender » Thu Nov 24, 2016 4:38 pm

Thanks for sharing!!!

-Tom
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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by 10thTx » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:58 pm

Generously shared by Erwin_ve from this thread. Give his soundclips a listen, this amp has great tone and his playing is really splendid!

These are his revisions to the D-Hybrid schematic. Remember the B+ rail, bias, and more are on a 2nd page of the schematic.

He confirmed this as the current schematic that goes with the soundclips.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=29845

soundclip: https://soundcloud.com/erwin_ve/saying-goodbye

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Re: Editable D-style schematics

Post by fenderbender » Thu Jun 08, 2017 1:24 pm

That sounds amazing!!!
Very nicely played to, great job all around!!! :D
Tommy J.
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