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FDP Forum / Amp Mods, Repairs, and Projects / Showman build

Live Short

Shingletown,.U.S.A.

Oct 18th, 2019 04:53 PM   Edit   Profile  

Hello, I was given a bassman 100 chassis which only had the board inside along with all the pots. I essentially built a showman normal channel and kept the bass channel stock. I had a showman power and output tranny plus the choke. I notice the 100 has 220k resistors then an .022 coupling cap to the pi. The ab763 has two caps, .047 and .01 to the 220k's to the pi. Is this just apples and oranges as to whether the cap is before or after the 220k's? Currently I have the 220k's then the .022 and it sounds fine.just curiosity I guess.

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