Guitar Sustain Circuit
What are the parts in this scheme that I need?
see: http://soft.com.sg/forum/gear-guitar/41452-repairing-spoilt-ebow.html and http://www.electro-music.com/forum/phpbb-files/ebow_amp_116.gif i 've been trying to make a curve maintaining the device. These are images of the circuit and schematic. I have the ringer coils and amplifier LM386-I I was wondering what types of capacitors and resistors (+ anything else?) showed that I need. I was in an electronics store and words such as radial electrolytic and threw me out.
Both 10 and MFD 220 (MF in the diagram, but a more common convention is to write it as MF or UF, not to be confused with milifarad!) type capacitors can be either type electrolytic or "Tantalus" will be fine too. Radial, axial, only refers to how the pins out of the package (for electrolytic capacitors are usually cylindrical cans, which look a bit like a battery). The other capacitor (47nF or nanofarad) can only be a Greencap 'or a type of pottery. The resistor can be a type 1 / 4 watts, is not critical. Remember also that electrolytic capacitors and tantalum must be placed correctly, or explode. Electrolytic capacitors usually have a very obvious mark on them telling you that the lead is negative. In the circuit diagram, the dark line is the negative side.
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Jet City Amplifications JCA100HDM 2-Channel, 100-Watt Tube Guitar Amp Head with Independent Preamp and Volume Controls
The Jet City Amplification JCA100HDM is a 100 watt, 2-channel guitar amp head with independent preamp and master volume controls for each channel.The normal channel is similar to the SLO's Crunch mode, with clean sounds available at lower gain settings. The Overdrive channel is identical to the SLO Overdrive circuit and gives awesome sustain even at moderate settings. A front-panel LED indicates w...