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Amp Kit - MOD® Kits, MOD102 guitar amplifier
The MOD 102 is a great place to start for those interested in building their own tube amp. It is based on a classic American tube-circuit design combined with a British style Class A output tube section. At low volume it produces a clean chimey tone that moves into smooth overdrive at higher volumes. All parts are included along with a pre-drilled steel chassis, wire and tubes (1 EL84 and 1 12AX7). Puts out at least 5 watts. The chassis layout is open for easy assembly using the clear, easy to follow instructions.
Amp Kit - MOD® Kits, MOD102+ guitar amp
The MOD102+ expands on the same all analog vacuum tube classic American circuit design combined with a British style Class A output section as the Original MOD102 with some much added special “+” features. These special features include a three position progressive toggle switch for off-standby-power and additional push-pull functionality for each control - pull out the bass control knob for “mid boost”, pull out the treble control knob for “bright”, pull out the volume control knob for “turbo”.
Amp Kit - MOD® Kits, MOD101 guitar amplifier
MOD 101 Guitar Amp Kit Features:
- All Tube Design (solid-state diodes used only for full-wave rectification)
- 60W output power into 4, 8, 16 and 20 Ω
- 1 channel with customizable: tone stack, power tubes, negative feedback, input miller capacitance volt divider/LP filter, and preamp cathode bypass cap (all parts included)
- Vintage channel controls: bass, treble and volume
- Vintage pilot lamp and screw-on jewel cover for power-on indication
- DPDT power switch circuit for instant high-voltage drain in power-off
- Standby Switch
LiteIIB 18W Kit - Scratch Build Parts
Package of 22GuitarAmplifierPCBs.com 18 Watt LiteIIb "Baby Will" Parts List for Scratch Build The Baby Will is a PCB simplified version of the legendary Marshall 18 Watt 1974x circuit. The circuit we laid out on a circuit board is known as the LiteIIb. It's capable of tone from clean jazz, crunchy blues, to raunchy classic rock. Crank up the volume and you'll be in AC/DC Back In Black heaven. The magic of the LiteIIb is its simplicity.