D-style amp using PCBoard

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D-style amp using PCBoard

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What do you guys think of having a D-style amp using PCB board?

I was thinking something for the studio like the mesaboogie. W2 channels - clean/ and the overdrive channel that can be footswitched with 2 presets .. more like 2 differnent types of gain. (rhythm and solo). Has tube reverb, tube fx loop boost and attenuator built in down to 10w. Might be worth trying before having the the Pt P 100w D-style amp. :lol: Oh yea the 100w would be next after the pcb type. :lol:

Keen on the thoughts though. :think:
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Post by Slowy »

Hopefully we’ve all grown beyond the PCB vs hand wire argument. So it sounds like a great idea to me.
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Post by mrmofo »

yes! I would skip the D and just make the Boogie mk1. skip the verb and make one of those fender jobs.

those are my thoughts.

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