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B-307Most Often Needed Radio Diagrams, Volume 1 by M. N. Beitman

Radio Diagrams and Servicing Information from 1926 to 1938. Shows circuit diagrams for 600 of the most commonly found radios of that time. A valuable resource for restorations.


$3.26
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B-376Saga of the Vacuum Tube - a History by Gerald F.J. Tyne

The most comprehensive history of the thermionic vacuum tube. Contains hundreds of photos and essential facts to assist in identifying tubes made prior to 1930, and traces the evolution of tube development with histories of the manufacturers. Truly a classic! 494 pages, 1.4 lbs., 5.5" x 8.5"


$8.95
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B-655Mullard Tube Circuits for Audio Amplifiers

A reprint of a 1959 publication of Mullard Ltd., detailing high-quality circuits for audio amplifiers, pre-amplifiers and other stereophonic reproduction equipment. These designs were originated by Mullard engineers at the Mullard Applications Research Laboratory, and originally appeared in various magazine articles with notes on construction and assembly. 136 pages, 1.0 lb, 8" x 10"


$16.45
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B-663A Desktop Reference of Hip Vintage Guitar Amps by Gerald Weber

Gerald Weber answers questions about vintage guitar amplifiers on topics such as biasing for output tubes and easy modifications. He includes an analysis of Fender® classics such as the Tweed Champ, Tweed Deluxe, Deluxe Reverb, Super Reverb and others. Also included are schematics for Ampeg®, Fender®, Gibson®, Hiwatt, Magnatone, Marshall®, Rickenbacker, Silvertone and Vox® amps. 500 pages. 1.5 lbs, 6" x 9"


$29.95
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B-695The Ultimate Tone, Volume 1, Modifying & Building Tube Amps by Kevin O'Connor

This is the book that jump-started the boutique tube guitar amp business. Learn the truth about tube preamp design and modification; see how tube power amps work and can be made more reliable; see how reverbs and effects loops work and better ways to configure them; learn why some amp brands are easier to service and to mod than others; see how simple switching circuits are but how capable they can be. Tube data for the common types used in guitar and bass amps is provided, along with a discussion of stage set-up and player ergonomics. Spiral bound, 395 figures. 368 pages, 2.5 lbs, 8.5" x 11"


$85.00
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B-707How to Service Your Own Tube Amp, A Complete Guide by Tom Mitchell

A well organized and easy-to-understand approach to guitar amplifier repair covering basic electronics, reading schematics, understanding tubes and transformers, tube biasing and use of test equipment. Also provides 10 troubleshooting flowcharts, voltage charts for typical amplifiers, and many modifications that you can do yourself. 250 pages, 2.3 lbs, 8.5" x 11"


$27.50
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B-726Principles of Power, A Practical Guide to Tube Amplifier Design by Kevin O'Connor

This book offers a simplified method for designing tube power amps for audio. Tube operation is explained, as are circuit principles. Class-A or B, cathode, fixed bias, and push-pull and single-ended designs are covered, as are many front-end circuits. Includes designs using off-the-shelf transformers and current production tubes. Power outputs of 15 to 400W are depicted using pentodes and true triodes. Also, covers power supplies, selected tube data, and information on Hammond and Plitron transformers. Guitar amp builders please refer to "The Ultimate Tone Vol. 2"


$52.00
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B-749Tonnes of Tone, Electronics Projects for Guitar and Bass by Kevin O'Connor

A collection of projects for electric guitar and bass players. Save money by building your own acoustic preamp; build a two-channel tube preamp for guitar, and more. Construct a 15W tube power amp or a true class-A solid state amp. The "experimenters power supply" is excellent for tinkering with tube circuits, containing separate AC heater, DC heater plate and bias supplies. Build a wide range of tremolo circuit and an all-tube reverb unit. Circuit operation, construction, & layout guidelines are provided. Every project uses easy to find parts.


$37.00
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B-772The Ultimate Tone, Volume 2, Systems Approach to Stage Sound by Kevin O'Connor

The achievement of great, live sound is the premise used to explore modern high-gain guitar pre-amps, proper treatment of acoustic instruments, tube vocal PAs; dynamic bass gear, all types of tube, semi, hybrid and alternative power amplifier design, power supply mods that are "toneful", simple switching methods, speaker cabinet design, getting the most from effects loops and chains, and, modular stage monitoring systems that work!


$60.00
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B-773Tube Amp Talk for the Guitarist and Tech by Gerald Weber

Several years ago, Gerald Weber started a fine tradition in the pages of Vintage Guitar magazine - that of freely sharing with others his vast knowledge of "everything amplifier." Gerald was the first of many fine tech writers to offer their hard-earned tips and tricks on the pages of Vintage Guitar. In fact, he has so much to offer, he writes two columns each month. Gerald continued that tradition with his popular first book, A Desktop Reference of Hip Vintage Guitar Amps, and follows up with this book, Tube Amp Talk for the Guitarist and Tech. An added bonus of this edition is the inclusion of the "Tranwreck Pages" by noted amp expert Ken Fischer. Whether you want to maintain your amp to keep the tone you love, or modify it for an exciting new sound, Gerald Weber can help. Maybe you need that little bit extra to get what you want.


$29.95
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