Selected articles for topic: fender amp long tail phase inverter
→ 2 articles
No video selected for that topic
The Long-Tail Pair - Aiken Amps
The Long-Tail Pair
The Marshall/Fender phase inverter is commonly known as a "long-tail pair", or "Schmitt" type phase inverter, or phase splitter (actually, the original Schmitt inverter was a differential pair with a large "tail" resistor; the "standard" guitar amplifier phase inverter is a self-biased version of this circuit that works better with positive-only power supplies and...
Date: 2017-04-03 06:45:56
Related topics : long tail phase inverter input impedance / fender amp long tail phase inverter / long tail pair phase inverter / long tail phase inverter schematic / how does a long tail phase inverter work
What Is "Blocking" Distortion? - Aiken Amps
What Is "Blocking" Distortion?
If your amp has a particularly bad sounding "cutting in and out" kind of distortion (commonly referred to as "farting out"), it is likely suffering from what is known as "blocking" distortion (not the Radiotron Designer's Handbook definition of blocking, but the more esoteric Norman Crowhurst definition). Blocking occurs when the output tube grids are...
Date: 2017-04-03 08:49:01