Cooder, your work is the best I've seen on the entire friggin internet.
If they sound half as good as they look then I might as well just go deaf now! That's some real amp porn cooder, hawt dayum!I've built a few struggling to give them all enough playtime...
A Matchless Lightning inspired one, scratch built:
Dumble OD special HRM 50 W based on Ceriatone Kit
Matchless Hotbox and Marshall JCM800 preamp plus tube fx loop
Matchless Vox inspired
Phat 16 project inspired with additional fx loop and inbuilt pcb based reverb
Too much kudos , Jason.... there's so much amazing stuff out there from all you guys! Thanks anyway, I'll take it as a high five in lockdown times.Cooder, your work is the best I've seen on the entire friggin internet.
Cheers Dude! I like to think they sound great and I know I might be a bit biased. Anyway, good fun doing DIY and making things.If they sound half as good as they look then I might as well just go deaf now! That's some real amp porn cooder, hawt dayum!
I have a Monoprice 15W as well, and a Fender DRRI,All I can say is GODDAMN! I am blown away. What an impressive set of rigs, one and all! Beautiful hand-built amps! What craftsmanship!
No pix of mine, yet.
Ampeg V4B - way too loud
Earth Sound Research G-2000 (American Marshall clone) - use to be way too loud, needs a new power tranny after my brother killed it by playing a drum synth thru it.
Monoprice 15W combo - Laney C15 clone
Monoprice 5W combo - Laney Cub8 clone
I use the two Monoprices in my practice room, in stereo.
I recently refurbed a '66 Deluxe Reverb for a friend of mine, what a sweet amp! All original, it only needed new electrolytic caps and a few CC power resistors that had drifted way out of spec. The 50+ year old tubes all measured in spec.