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Old 15th February 2004, 08:24 PM   #1
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Hello Everone and thanks for help all from all. I have finish my hybrid vbgc and am happy with results have made. As you see in pictures there is yet to be finish case for it but I like make similar to case of Ropie with vertical layout for chip and tubes in wooden case.

IMO much better for sound is use of 36V rail for GC as high voltage give bigge base and more detail in treble. Choice of component is not atall important but I like make cheapen as we cannot all aford 'special' resistor

How is sound! Well, make better than any other gain clon. Sound is fabalous when turn on. And not humm! How do you like it?

Thank to Ropie, Bennet, Mike
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Hi Esra and welcome to the VBIGC club! The only problem is that I cannot see any pictures yet!
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