|2nd May 2004, 02:05 PM||#12|
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Los Angeles
Im sorry, I realize that my post was likely more annoying then helpful.
What I meant was that if this is your first amp, and I'm not sure that it is, then you should just build one any of them will do, chip, SSD, tubes, whatever, because all you need to do is get the first one to work and you'll already be onto another one. Just the act of building your first amp pushes you 10 fold past the knowledge that you had beforehand. That way the next amp you'll be more sure of, spend more time / $ on, and get a great product.
However if you just want to build one great amp, and start out with a proven design that will work for you forever you have to rethink why you want to do this, because in the long run its really not that much cheaper, no matter what we might try to make you believe.
If you are already into this DIY thing and your not going back, and you just wanted opinions on peoples favorite amps then Im sorry, I spoke out of line. You should check the last few pages of "This is not just another gainclone" because it has become a discussion of the top five amps that people have built.
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