I've used the same Pignose since the mid 1970s, and after nearly forty years, the pot finally gave out, and the price to have it repaired was far more than getting a new one. As for the 150 Crossmix, I have 2 but haven'y really delved into them too much, yet. I was definitely skeptical considering its size and folding concept. This resistor, along with the volume pot, forms a voltage divider, and as such prevents access to half of the signal level. This combo can be powered by a battery or an external power supply.
For reasons that escape me, the tiny trannies used for this style of two transformer amplifier in small transistor radios in the 60's are still available for several suppliers. I do like the sounds I've heard from the 7-100 and their G40V tube amp. Well I found some interesting looking 600 ohm to 150+150 ohm telecommunications transformers, and cheep cheep. Past 1:00 it gets muddy-farty when cranked up to jammin level. So there I was up the creek without a paddle.
Just wanted to post a grateful acknowledgment to Howard at Pignose. Very rugged, a real road warrior. Not just for little emergency practice amps lol. The original company was founded in 1969 by and Wayne Kimbell. Its actually a neat little amp the chassis once unscrewed from the cabinet comes out totally leaving the cabinet with only the speaker in it. So here are my two main guitars right now , with the newest member of the family. You can either remove this resistor and replace it with a solid lead, or simply solder a short jumper wire across it.
I do like the sounds I've heard from the 7-100 and their G40V tube amp. Plus, with Sweetwater's award-winning service and support, if you should ever have a question about Pignose Amps products, we're here to help. That is just one example of a musician using their creativity to make good music instead of cheating with digital equipment, that does all the work for you! Sundown A-50 Kager launched his own brand called Sundown Amplifiers, which had a brief following. Pretty farty sounding w bass above a whisper. I have the pleasure of announcing that I am the proud owner of one of the first 7-100 ever made.
It is considered the first portable electric guitar amplifier. For my use I wanted the speaker off. I took his advice and put some outward pressure on the sides of the cabinet to let it flow into the seams. When repairing your older electronic equipment you keep the higher quality item, which will last much longer. The light shows yellow, but there is no sound coming out of the amp at all. I think more gain can be had from the first stage, though less gain and better tone might be a better option as nearly everyone has a decent fuzz that could be used prior to the Pignose.
You can use it anywhere. The newer Guitar Amps do not last as long as the older ones because they use cheaper lower grade parts versus the older ones manufactured years ago. It's a Performing Amp The Pignose sound has proved so desirable that it now appears in live performance. I'm assuming that there won't be any incompatibility with the charging circuit, correct? The band members all glared at me, as if i was ruining their gig, and the leader said to the crowd, that we were having technical difficulties and had to stop playing to correct it. If the power tubes are red plating tube tubes should be replaced and the bias circuit checked.
I painted it with bed liner rhino , it's amazing looking. Your general opinion of this product. Try replacing this cap with a 470 pF, a typical value that works well in higher-gain amps. In addition, it was not expensive. You can also shop popular digital pianos like the Yamaha Clavinova Series. I needed an amp to play it through! What i didn't know before ordering was, that it should have been an opener switch. So, in one position the switch connects the speaker, and in the other position, the load is connected to the amp circuit.
Finally, out of desperation, I e-mailed Pignose yesterday and told my sad story, asking for a repair shop referral. Kager runs an electronic repair company in New Jersey known as Central Jersey Music Service. I replaced it with smaller fixed resistor and a potentiometer in series, and used the wiper output as the tie point for the negative bias supply. Because it wasn't in stock, I would have had to pay shipping on it. All the great rock and country albums of the 70's 80's and 90's were recorded on 16 or 24 track tape reels, and to me that is multitrack recording in it's purest form. Anyone have any idea what this amp is worth? Without it, this signal can sound pretty harsh.
The actual component values are in brackets. Yes, now there are crazy boutique high gain amps that cost thousands. I don't mean that in a snotty way. This was Pignose Industries first attempt at a larger amplifier, which was offered for sale in around 1977. Two switchable channels with separate effects loops for each one with a mater reverb. Now, if you need to bring a bit more fullness back into the amp, we can visit the next amplification stage.