Amp Kit - MOD® Kits, MOD102 guitar amplifier
MOD 102 Guitar Amp Kit Features:
- All Tube Design (solid-state diodes used only for full-wave rectification)
- 5W output power into 8 Ohm
- 1 channel
- Vintage channel controls: bass, treble and volume
- Vintage pilot lamp and screw-on jewel cover for power-on indication
- Output Impedance: 8 Ohm
- Tubes included: one 12AX7 (preamp), one EL84 (JJ Electronic brand)
- Hammond Mfg 269EX power transformer and P-T31 single ended output transformer
- Cathode biased class A power tube operation (no bias adjustment needed)
- Point to point hand wiring using terminal strips
- Carbon film resistors
- Metalized polyester coupling caps
- Pre-punched steel chassis
- Assembled Kit Weight: 4.25 lbs.
- Assembled Kit Dimensions: 10" Width x 6" Depth x 5-⅛" Height
MOD 102 Instructional Features:
- Detailed, easy to follow instructions include high resolution computer drawings for parts list and every step of assembly
- Tips for soldering and wiring
- On-line technical support
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2 answers Hi. Wondering if I can purchase the 102 kit with no chassis and no tubes. If so, what is tne price & shipping to 30117. Thanks!
Asked by Anonymous on October 18th, 2015. 1 person subscribed to this question
This is only available as a full kit, however, there is a full parts list (with part #s) included in the instructions-parts list drawings which is available for viewing on this page.
How would this work for a Bass? Do you have a kit to modify it to work with a bass?
1 answers Would this amp work for bass guitar? Do you have a kit to modify it for bass guitar?
Asked by Anonymous on January 8th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
I was able to check this amp out with bass and it did well at bedroom levels.It did clean tones and had a nice breakup when you crank it. I wouldn't say that it could be used for bass at gigging levels but it did a good job for bass.
1 answers Would I be able to use a p-t125cse transformer instead of the p-t31 transformer.
Asked by Anonymous on August 18th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
We recommend P-T125J. This kit was designed around 5k so there is a slight difference since the P-T125J is 4k.
1 answers Is it possible to convert a 102 into a 102+ or it is too expensive ?
Asked by Anonymous on September 28th, 2016. 2 people subscribed to this question
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1 answers Why doesn't it use a printed circuit board i mean the thing looks like a mess inside?
Asked by Anonymous on October 24th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
The whole point of the kit is to build it yourself to learn and expand knowledge of electronics and amp building. A printed circuit board would essentially eliminate that process. It's called point to point hand wiring.
1 answers Would it be difficult to change to use a 16 ohm speaker?
Asked by Anonymous on December 29th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
You would have to replace the stock transformer P-T31 with the P-T125CSE.
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