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Looks great bro!

Let's talk soon. Need to discuss the Amp Show.
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Nice tight little package. What are the chassis dimensions?

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Brownnote, did you get my order for your 18 watt lite kit? My email is not working right now... something about not recognizing my password !!!!
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Rictone wrote:Brownnote, did you get my order for your 18 watt lite kit? My email is not working right now... something about not recognizing my password !!!!
Rick in Lansing
Yep, got it...you ordered yesterday right?

Email me when you get up and running or join the Brown Note Forum, and put something recognizable about your tube amp affliction in your profile so i know it's not a porn/spam sign-up, them PM me through the forum if you're still having problems with your email.
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radstringz wrote:Nice tight little package. What are the chassis dimensions?

jr
Thanks, it's cute huh?

The chassis is 14"x6"x2.5" Original Brown Note dimensions since 1923, um I mean 2003.

This chassis actually fits in an even smaller head cab, but this is being paired up with a 2x12 cab so a little bigger box looks better.

This is the best sounding Lite36 yet, it has quite a few small tweaks.
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looks awesome Bro!

Now you gotta post a sound sample...
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That looks great!!

Hey, let me know about my tube, face plate and 250k. I am moving across country next week, so time is crucial!
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oldguitars wrote:That looks great!!

Hey, let me know about my tube, face plate and 250k. I am moving across country next week, so time is crucial!
Thanks!
You got it...email sent.
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Nice! :D

btw What is the dimmensions of the HEAD CAB you used for that 36w lite? I know chassis dimensions just wondering on the head cab dimensions.

Also, what is the dimensions of the front faceplate cutout? Is that front faceplate the same as the 18watt lite faceplate?

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Amped wrote:Nice! :D

btw What is the dimmensions of the HEAD CAB you used for that 36w lite? I know chassis dimensions just wondering on the head cab dimensions.

Also, what is the dimensions of the front faceplate cutout? Is that front faceplate the same as the 18watt lite faceplate?

thanks
Off th etop of my head...
The cab dimensions are approx. 19" x 6.5"x7"
If you need exact, email me and I'll me measure.

Faceplate cutout is 13.5"
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That looks way cool, cute little guy that I'm sure could rip some faces off! :)

Schematically, what exactly does the 18 watt / 36 watt switch do? I know what it does in a sentance, changes to only using half the tubes (I'm assuming), but I'd like to see what it does exactly.
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neiloler wrote:That looks way cool, cute little guy that I'm sure could rip some faces off! :)

Schematically, what exactly does the 18 watt / 36 watt switch do? I know what it does in a sentance, changes to only using half the tubes (I'm assuming), but I'd like to see what it does exactly.

Thanks...it's pretty loud and stays pretty clean in the 36W mode.
The 18W switch lifts the ground connection to a pair of the el84's.
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Don't you change the speaker tapping on the OT as well, to up the load impedance to 8k?

I'm still trying to get used to the sight of an amp with twice as many tubes in the power amp as in the preamp. :lol:
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