it sounds good , at least the Marshall part , for me the bassmans have to little gain , i want to know if one can use 2 gainstages ( maybe a little terror front ) and a catodefollower mosfet to get enough gain into a 6l6 output . keep up the good work ,
I wasn’t really going for max gain with this one. It’s more of a rock or blues amp.
Have you seen this one? http://chasingtone.com/dvnator/bedlam/
It might be more of what you mean. It uses all the gain stages for gain and has a MOSFET cathode follower and 6L6GC power tubes.
I like you work and have built 3 of your amps. On the Nervosa schematic, I dont understand the tone stack schematic. When the switch is to the left, yoy have the 56k slope resistor and the .02 bass cap in the circuit and that looks good. When you flip the switch to the right, it looks like you short out the .02 bass cap. If you were to put a .1 cap between the common of the switch and the other teminal then you would have .1 +.02 for a total of .12 mfd. And the slope resistor woul be 56k +47k or 103k. I plan on building the Nervosa and wanted to make sure I understand the tone stack. I want you to know that I really enjoy yor website an appreciate yor hard work. Thanks.
Glad you like the web site James.
I thought about doing the tone stack like you mentioned but I decided to move the .1 mid cap to right after the cathode follower and before the tone stack. The whole tone stack is in series with the .1 cap so when the .02 cap is shorted it’s still following the .1 cap so .1 is still the maximum capacitance there.