You Want to See a Rickenbaker Amp?

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You Want to See a Rickenbaker Amp?

Postby (WyattChirp) » Sat Jan 23, 2016 1:04 am

How about a tube MC-11? And it works, and even I can't believe it. The grey box is a fuzz box (distortion for the uninitiated) that my dad added for me in the late sixties.

Let's see if I can figure out how to attach the photos. And after some trail and error, I can't figure it out. And if any of my fellow RickResouce devotees wonder where this amp came from... well, it came along with my 1960 360 Capri Fireglo.
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Re: You Want to See a Rickenbaker Amp?

Postby (jps) » Sat Jan 23, 2016 1:53 am

The files can be no larger than 1280x1280 pixels and 500Kb max. when you open a dialog box click the Upload attachment button below and navigate to the file on your hard drive.
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Re: You Want to See a Rickenbaker Amp?

Postby (kt66) » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:07 pm

I'd love a Rickenbacker styled and built 1x12 20W valve amp, KT66s preferably.
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Re: You Want to See a Rickenbaker Amp?

Postby (soundmasterg) » Mon Feb 29, 2016 12:45 am

kt66 wrote:I'd love a Rickenbacker styled and built 1x12 20W valve amp, KT66s preferably.


A pair of KT66's would give you more than 20 watts unless you used very low voltages on the power tubes. That would be a cool amp though!


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