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Old 14th January 2006, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default FETs that = tubes

I have searched and have found that some posters feel that the OPA2604 and the NE5532 are approx. the same as a 12ax7 tube.

I was hoping someone would be able to offer matching numbers for a 6L6GC and an EL34 tube.

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Old 14th January 2006, 03:32 PM   #2
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Is this a joke?
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Old 14th January 2006, 03:47 PM   #3
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Don't know, but at least it's hard to get the op amps to glow. Explode, yes. But glow, nope. never succeded with that.
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You can always put a bulb on top of opamp
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A red led under the board would do the trick

Seriously, I think that's a real deep misunderstandement (is this correct english?)
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Default This is the thread where I got the information from.

This is the thread where I got the information from.

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Seriously, I think there is a real deep misunderstanding.

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Seriously, I think there is a real deep misunderstanding.
Thanks Poobah, I feel so ashamed now of my english...

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Giaime,

Your English is fairly good. I have a deep respect for all of the foreign members that work hard to use English, it is more than I could do.

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Default Re: This is the thread where I got the information from.

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This is the thread where I got the information from.

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I personally wouldn't take anything MrGuitarDeath said too seriously. And in fairness to him you read too much into his post.

But there's nothing wrong with building an all-solid-state tube distortion pedal. Just search for one of the countless schematics out there.
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