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 Post subject: Ceri@tone Dumble Clone
PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2007 10:39 pm 
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http://www.Ceri@tone.com/productSubPage ... ertone.htm

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This is what I know: It's non HRM early 80s type but with some value tweaks. Both 2 and 4 power tube types. Complicated build. HRM may be coming later. Not a D'Lite.

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exciting... when will we see the trinity overdrive special


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fjam82 wrote:
exciting... when will we see the trinity overdrive special


Easy answer is - When I get a customer who wants one or I have too much time on my hands!

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Some Clarifications:

HRM = Hot Rubber Monkey. In some newer models (1990s to present), the overdrive stages are followed by a passive tonestack (treble , middle and bass), which is adjustable using trimmer potentiometers inside the amplifier. This is known as the "Hot Rubber Monkey" (HRM) modification (these amplifiers are voiced for the overdrive channel to be used with the preamplifier boost engaged). Most players use three tones: clean, clean with boost on, and overdrive with boost on.

The Amp can have 2 and 4 power tube types. 2 6L6 or 4 6L6s i.e. Can be configured for 50 or 100 watt amp.

A D'Lite is a simpler version of the 'Real" Dumble with a lot of the switching left out to simplify the build. Most peopl dont need all of that stuff anyway. That makes this a much more complicated than the lite version.

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GAS GAS GAS Stephen!!!! Bring a prototype to Montreal!!!!


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