Vox AC15C1 / Huntroll

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  1. Huntroll

    Huntroll Active Member

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    I MODIFIED THE REAR SPEAKER JACKS ON MY VOX AC15C1 SO . . .

    LEFT JACK = DIRECT AMP OUT .

    RIGHT JACK = INTERNAL SPEAKER INPUT .

    THE SPEAKER DISCONNECTS FROM THE AMP WHEN THE LEFT JACK HAS A CABLE INSERTED.

    NOW I CAN CONNECT MY ALTAIR POWER ATTENUATOR AND HAVE IT WORK WITH THE INTERNAL SPEAKER AS IT SHOULD, ( IMO ) .

    CHECK OUT THE PICS TO GET AN IDEA OF WHAT I HAD TO DO.

    VOX PCB-2.jpg VOX-PCB-1.jpg VOX-ALT.jpg

    Huntroll makes it so !
     
  2. Huntroll

    Huntroll Active Member

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    Current signal chain -

    Guitar plugged into Laney Tony Iommi 15 watt input.

    ( Laney speaker disconnected ).

    Laney "ONBOARD SPEAKER" jack output into Altair #1 input.

    Altair #1 speaker output into VOX AC15 internal speaker.

    ( So the Laney's Altair output modulates the Vox's reverb tank springs ).

    Altair #1 LINE LEVEL / DIRECT OUT jack plugged into Vox "TOP BOOST" input.

    Vox "SPEAKER OUT" into Altair #2 input.

    Altair #2 speaker output into Egnater 1 - 12" cabinet located across the room.

    Both amps have EL34 / 6BQ5 duet output sections.

    The Laney has no effects but many tone and gain controls while the Vox has the tremolo and reverb.

    The Altair control each amps level and dynamic sound characteristics.
     
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  3. Norton

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    nice. all caps is tough to read.
     
  4. Huntroll

    Huntroll Active Member

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    Today I noticed that if I touch anything that's at ground potential on the guitar, the double amp setup sound level gets slightly louder.
    Not more hum, just a little louder, like turning the amp up a number or two.
    Really bizarre !
     

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