In the first part we have learned that the flow of electrons can be controlled by striking the strings.
This flow of electrons inside of the tube can now be controlled by selected resistors. Continue reading “How a tube amp works – Part 2”
I guess almost every guitarist has got his very own place in the rehearsal room. Next to him his amplifier. For a long time you have been adjusting the setting of your amp to get the sound you have longed for Continue reading “Tips & Tricks: How to improve your guitar sound”
Here I would like to explain (maybe some kind of inexpertly) try to explain how a tube-amplifier with cathode-bias works: Continue reading “How a tube-amp works – Part 1”
I guess every guitarist knows the three types of overdriven guitar-sounds: overdrive, distortion and fuzz.
But what is the difference between them? Continue reading “Overdrive – Distortion – Fuzz”
My Silverface Fender Princeton Reverb was humming as soon as I turned on the Reverb. I could exclude numerous sources of error. Then I found out, that the mass-copperplate did not have sufficient contact to the chassis. By tightening the nut of the input I could eliminate this fault. This is the video:
“True bypass” – I guess, there is no term that is mentioned more frequently relating to the presentation of a new pedal. What does “true bypass” mean and does it have any advantages? Continue reading “True Bypass vs Buffer”