|Here's some recent Toad Suck Tones Projects
|Here's a recent amp I did for a local musician. He wanted a
Princeton on Steroids so the P.O.S. was born! This amp is
anything but a Piece of Shemp....
|This badboy is a 6L6 based design with a 5U4 tube rectifier. It
was inspired by a JTM45 Marshall. It's one of the quietest amps
I've ever seen. The tone is amazing, very bluesy with just the
right amount of sag when pushed
|This amp was pieced together from parts I got on Ebay,
purchased or just had around. The chassis is from a Marshall
4210. I call this amp the "FenMarsh" you get a AB763
channel and a JTM45 channel in one amp! Footswitchable it
also includes reverb. I've done two of these. Both are
somewhere on the west coast.
|Here's a full up design based on a Bassman Chassis. The circuit is
inspired by a 50 watt 1987 Marshall. The wood is Paduak. It sounds as
good as it looks.
|Here's another 5010 make over, The circuit is a variation of a classic
Hiwatt design. The output is a push-pull pair of 6L6WGB configured in a
cathode biased Class A amp....one of my favorites
|Here's the 5902 parallel push pull design. It's still in the prototype stage
but at 10WRMS it overdrives into some serious tones pretty quick.
She's nestled next to a GE 6550A to give you a reference to the size.
Here's a new PCB I did with a switching power supply. I'll have a pedal
for sale soon. Keep tuned in!
|Here's the latest project. A pair of 6L6WGB's running Class A, a 12BZ7
phase splitter and an E80F/6084 Pentode in the front-end. The
front-end is a hybrid gain cell. With the E80F feeding an N-Channel
Mosfet configured as a source follower. This gives you a voltage gain
of 235 with an unbelievably low Output Impedance of 1/2 an Ohm. I
wanted to build something TOTALLY different. It sounds amazing.....