December 5, I've been playing guitar for 15 years now, and I've had a few different amps and heaps of stomp boxes over the years. Nothing will ever replace a real amp, or analogue stomp boxes, and I'm not claiming this little gadget will. So here's my situation and my impression of the Line 6 Pod 2.
There are two general ways, then, I'll talk about increasing the water signal flowing through. Make the pumps work harder Two: Reduce the uphill struggles and leaks in the connecting pipes.
Increase the gain of the gain stages Two: Reduce the "drag" of the coupling circuits. Look at this diagram: Look at Gain Stage 1: You can increase gain one of three ways: Increase the value of the plate resistor Rp. To reduce gain, just do the opposite.
To increase gain, you want to reduce the "uphill struggles" R1 and R2and plug up the "leaks" Rg. In our preamp, do one or more of the following: Reduce value of R1 Increase value of Rg plug up the leak. Add bypass cap C1 around R1 for treble gain boost Add bypass cap C2 around R1 for treble gain boost Eliminate any low pass filters, such as C3.
This will increase the amount of treble in the circuit. Again, to reduce gain just do the opposite. Here's a more detailed explanation of each resistor and capacitor: Not optional for gain stages. Typical values range from 82K to K, with K being the most common, and K frequently used in lead channels.
Higher values increase gain, and reduce headroom, which means the stage will distort more easily. The two highest values I've seen are 1 MegOhm, and a 4. The lower the value, the greater the gain.
The higher the value, the less the gain. In a few super high gain preamps, I've seen stages with Rc values up to 39K, which significantly lowers the gain of this particular stage. Not always such a bad thing, trust me. Cathode Resistor Bypass Capacitor. Optional, but often used. These caps functions as a frequency dependent gain boost.
Small values, such as. The exact frequencies affected depend in part on the value of the cathode resistor used. Think of capacitors as "tone windows"-the larger the window value the "bigger" really, lower the frequencies allowed through.
If you use a big cap to let bass through, any higher frequencies get through, too. Since the voltages on the cathodes of most gain stages are pretty low, you can get away with capacitors rated for 25 or 50 volts.
If you use electrolytics, make sure the positive side is facing the cathode, and the negative side is facing ground.
It helps stop "squealing" or "oscillating" by letting very high frequencies pass around the plate resistor and out of the signal path. The loss of high end may mean you lose some of the "edge" or "bite" in your tone. Don't assume that you have to add this capacitor, unless you really have a problem with squealing.
Start with 50 pf, then, move up to pf, pf, and 1, pf.
Coupling Circuits I'm going to assume we're using the most common style of coupling network found in tube guitar preamps, consisting of a coupling capacitor Cp just after the plate, followed by an interstage attenuator Resistor R1a resistor to ground Rgand finally, another interstage attenuating resistor R2just before the grid of the next gain stage.
Look at figure AA1 and AA2. Coupling Capacitor Not Optional This capacitor couples the output of a gain stage to the input of a following gain stage.
It blocks the high DC voltage present at the plate from getting to the grid of the next stage. Amps with bad coupling capacitors will not work properly, can damage tubes, and will sound very bad. So always make sure you've got a good coupling capacitor between any two gain stages.More Info About Free 2-Day Standard Ground Shipping.
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