Mashall BluesBreaker | General Guitar Gadgets
MBB (Marshall BluesBreaker Replica) MBB Ready-For-Transfer to Printed Circuit Board – For use only if you are a complete DIY person who wants to etch and drill your own PCB. Otherwise, we recommend you ignore this PCB mask and buy the Ready-to-Solder Printed Circuit Board or Complete Kit from the links below. Buy a MBB Complete Kit.
Marshall Heaven - Schematic Heaven
Schematics shown in BLUE are missing from the archive. Please make a Donation if you have them. JTM-45 Series The 1st Marshall 1961 Lead 45w 1962 Bass & Lead 45w (Bluesbreaker) 1963 PA 45w
Marshall Bluesbreaker mods | It-11 Audio / Tonegeek
Apr 12, 2011Marshall Bluesbreaker mods. The quality of electronic circuit is not very suitable for mods (but it’s OK anyway, huh ) : the components have their legs bent copper side, and to desolder it’s much less convenient than the Japanese (Boss, Ibanez). Stop criticizing and here are the schematics : the original, then that inspired the Analogman KOT.
Marshall BB2 Bluesbreaker schematic - diystompboxes
Dec 13, 2005Does anyone know where i can find the schematic for this? Because i can only find the old blues breaker. Thanx for any input Alex
Bluesbreaker Overdrive DIY Project PCB - Aion Electronics
Gain stage. The first circuit block of the Bluesbreaker is comprised of two op-amp stages: an adjustable op-amp boost & filter, set up as a non-inverting stage with two separate frequency roll-offs at different gain levels, followed by an inverting stage with clipping diodes. Since the gain of
JTM45 or Bluesbreaker Combo? | MarshallForum
wwwhallforum›The Amps›Let's Talk VintageJan 07, 2010The original Bluesbreaker model 1962 had the bass version of the JTM45 model 1986 with tremolo. So the difference is really an openback 1x12" combo, or a closed 4x12". 15w Alnico in early ones, and 25 w G12M Greenbacks from '66.[PDF]
Bluesbreaker Project Documentation - Cerulean Overdrive
BLUSBRAR / CRULAN OVRDRV 4. Feedback Diode Clipping Options. Most of the following diode configurations are taken fromTube Screamer clones. Since the Bluesbreaker uses the same style of clipping, if it works for a Tube Screamer then it’s worth a try on a Bluesbreaker.
Marshall Schematics - drtube
The Integrated Bass System (IBS) bass amps. The Integrated Bass System (IBS) range was launched in 1985. Allthough these bass amps are solid state amps, they are still part of the Marshall amps story. Most of the 1987 models were produced in the characteristic Silver Jubilee silver/gray colors.
Marshall Bluesbreaker - Wikipedia
Marshall Bluesbreaker. The Marshall Bluesbreaker is the popular name given to the Models 1961 and 1962 guitar amplifiers made by Marshall from 1964/1965 to 1972. The Bluesbreaker, which derives its nickname from being used by Eric Clapton with John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, is credited with delivering "the sound..