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Old 15th August 2008, 09:44 AM   #1
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Default overdrive circuit for hammond organs(need help)

there's instructions there and info on a simple schematic for an overdrive circuit that wires to the balanced output of the preamplifier on a hammond console type organ, such as a b3 or c3. is it possible to balance a 6v ac output of a regular amplifier to use this circuit for overdriving a spinet type hammond? like the title of the thread says, i'm not sure where to post this topic, so because the schematic is for the output of a tube preamp, tube sectin it goes.
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