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 on: Today at 10:48 AM 
Started by Kim - Last post by rabidgerry
I get this sometimes, but not in a long time.  I found it was hearing fatigue if I am honest.  Not saying that's your issue Kim, just saying I think it was in my own head.

Anyways, I guess I only have 3 or 4 sounds as mentioned by Richard for example.  But when a song calls for something that is unique such as a harmoniser effect then I have something setup for specific effect sound.  So I may have a larger library of sounds as the material and creative need arises but it's all dependent on that really.  Harmoniser is something I'm trying to use more.  I have good ones in my arsenal so I may as well add another little texture to sounds if I can.  Also single guitar band so why the hell not.  Some times a little harmony with the bass is nice also as I have found out.

My setup probably is simple, but to a lot of people it's a lot more complex.  Compared to your setup Kim it is very simple I guess.

Gerry > Guitar > Rockmaster > Boss GX700 > Rockron Silencer in loop > 1010 midi controller > Poweramp > 2 cabs

Studio is different  :lol:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by AxeHarmony - Last post by bunkyloo
Agreed but I feel more problems on the rise HAHA.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by jaykay73 - Last post by Harley Hexxe
There's been a lot of discussion concerning tube rolling, and trying various strength tubes in different positions.

From what I've been able to put together from these discussions concerning the un-modded MP-1, The most popular trend seems to be putting the higher gain tubes in the V1 positions, and the tubes with not quite as high gain strength in the V2, for a more organic or vintage type of amp distortion.
For a more metal type distortion, it seems to be high gain tubes in both positions.

I don't know if this applies to the 3TM though.

Harley 8)

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 on: Time Format 
Started by jaykay73 - Last post by Harley Hexxe
Was it really corrosion or was it left over solderflux (brown stuff)?

I was thinking the same thing  :thumb-up:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by jaykay73 - Last post by MarshallJMP
V1 is close to the front panel.

V1 and V2 are gain stages, the OD2 gain is controlled between the first and second triode of V2.

V3, first triode is a gain stage, second triode is a cathode follower driving the tone section.

As for tubes, I like JJ's but other people like different brands, it's personal taste I guess.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by jaykay73 - Last post by MarshallJMP
Was it really corrosion or was it left over solderflux (brown stuff)?

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Started by jaykay73 - Last post by jaykay73
Quick question... on the 3TM daughter board, how are the tubes arranged, ie are V1-V3 from front to back or back to front?

What is the role / function of each of the 3 tubes in the circuit?

Any recommendations for best tubes in each position?

Thanks,

JK

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 on: Time Format 
Started by jaykay73 - Last post by jaykay73
Good question & I don’t have an answer.

I posted my repair on Facebook & another user posted they had exactly the same problem & used the same solution to fix his unit. Uncanny!

JK

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Damn-Danny - Last post by MarshallJMP
It can happen sometimes the backlight gets busted, in that case you need to replace the display. Can you take some pics of it inside the unit so I can have a look.

BTW is there something to see on the display?

Do you have sound now?

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 on: Time Format 
Started by ADAddicted - Last post by ADAddicted
Hey ADAddicted,

           I think you mean these. (scroll down to the 7th line).

           https://www.tubesandmore.com/products/amplifier_parts_0?filters=974a294c276a974

           Cheers :beer:

Harley 8)

Thank you sir.

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