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littlejohn
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« on: April 29, 2012, 04:36:25 PM »

Finished up my build amp sounds nice, very happy with it...but there is no increase at all in volume on the master after say 3 or 4 when you turn the knob to to 10?

  Is this just normal due to the taper of the pot or maybe I'm missing something....rechecking wiring in that area looks OK, but?
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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2012, 04:05:33 PM »

It's normal for this amp design.  The power amp section is very sensitive just like the preamp section. I find it best to just leave the master up all the way.  Of course, that's not practical if you want to get preamp distortion at bedroom levels. I've got a VVR circuit from http://www.skipzcircuits.com/Mini-Watt.html for this amp design.  I never ended up installing it though. I found that I basically only use this amp for cleans and run a pedal to get my distortion, which I can easily control with the preamp gain.  You want it? Email me @ tresspassor@gmail.com
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