How To Service Your Own Tube Amp

How To Service Your Own Tube Amp

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How To Service Your Own Tube Amp

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By amp repairman and guru Tom Mitchell.
Learn basic amplifier servicing skills taught by a pro technician!

This illustrated workbook explains basic amplifier electronics, servicing skills, maintenance tips, troubleshooting and simple modifications. Speakers, test gear, tools, voltage charts and schematics are demystified.

For Fender, Marshall and many other popular amps. Includes diagnostic charts; explanations of components, electronics and amp functions; maintenance and troubleshooting tips, and simple modifications you can make.

    Contents in brief
  • Electronics fundamentals
  • Resistors, capacitors, inductors and transformers
  • Tubes and semiconductors
  • Speakers
  • Amp basics and biasing
  • Tools, soldering and multimeter use
  • How to read schematics
  • Maintenance checklist
  • Voltage charts; troubleshooting flowcharts
  • International voltages and plugs
  • Voltage charts for over 32 amps: Ampeg, Fender, Gretsch, HiWatt, Laney, Marshall, Peavey, Randall, Traynor, and Vox

247 pages, softcover. 1991


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This book is deep enough to explain the subject, but simple enough for almost anyone to understand. I used it to learn about tube amps to repair a friends amp. The trouble shooting charts are very good. It will lead you to the parts or parts that are bad, even if they are expensive.

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