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« on: July 06, 2008, 12:02:26 AM »

I thought it would be fun for people to upload pics of the inside of there jcm800 builds.
It would help new builder such as myself we could look at our wiring, what wires to twist together Ect... and compare to ones built by nik and other more pro.. more experienced builders on this forum.
it would help to list what mods you have done if your amp has mods and what model it is the 2203 or 2204.
A large/medium inside pic would help me and others heaps and would be fun experienced builders too, to compare theres with other experienced builders. Could be done in other sections of the forum with other amp types.

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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2008, 10:49:51 AM »

There a website here, the guy come to the forum here he is named Joe Popp, he have a website and he build 2 or 3 jcm800 it even ahve pictures of the building process and lots of info.

Am pretty sure you can find him or hes website adress on this forum or google.
Helpfull info on hes website.. for jcm800 specially.
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« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2008, 12:10:56 PM »

found his site, very helpfull his diagrahm of the jcm2204 was better drawn than nic's (sorry nic) easier to follow for novice. Only thing is he had changed a few thing like main board to what is supplied in nic's kit.
but still very helpfull am going to refer to this for my build.
Still think it would be cool to look at other people builds! not just for my purpose but everyone would get a kick showing off there amp!!!!!!!!!!
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« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2008, 05:30:16 PM »

I built a JCM800 2204 (50 watt). All parts from Nik except transformers/choke.

Turned out to be a great sounding amp. (Wasn't surprised by that) Wink

I modded it some - Removed the treble peaking components and used a 68k grid resistor. Went to 100pf across the PI plates. 5.6k on V1a cathode.


Photos: http://grangeramp.com/gallery/JCM800/
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