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5E3x2 Amp Kit

28W, 2×12 or head. Complexity: 3


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A La Carte

A La Carte

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Four 6V6GT outputs for double the power of a 5E3. Lots of punch and grind.

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2 reviews for 5E3x2 Amp Kit

  1. David

    Inspired to build this (my 7th kit) after playing a Victoria amp with same basic circuit. Bought without speakers, built the kit with minor changes. I upped the PS first 2 filters to 40uF. Apparently a weakness is the first resistor in the PS. I upped the watts to 5. Still had a little hum, so replaced it with a choke. Then, I replaced the tone pot with a double and some minor changes to isolate the channels. I had a pair of Jensen Neo 100 speakers on hand, so used them. Applied Minwax Honey Pine satin poly to the tweed. Then replaced V1 with a 5751. This amp keeps up with a full band: fiddle, steel, bass, drums, rhythm guitar and vocalist with volume set on 2. I use pedals for all the effects I need. This is the best amp I can imagine. You can’t go wrong with this.

  2. David (verified owner)

    I loved my first build and my friend agreed, so he bought it! I had to have another, so built this one a little differently. As with the first, I used larger PS filter caps and found a circuit to isolate the channels using a double tone pot and some parts. I added screen grid resistors on the power tubes and a choke for the screen supply. The first build was cathode-biased. This one I decided to use fixed adjustable bias and added 1 Ohm 1W 1% resistors on pin 8 to ground of the power tubes. Ordered the cab without speakers and with a 1X15 baffle. I’m using an Eminence Legend 1518 speaker with 102dB sensitivity. I finished the tweed with 2 coats of Minwax satin Honey Pine urethane. The amp is so loud that I decided to use a 12AY7 in V1. The result is an amp that is just a delight. I use it with a pedal board and it does the job for me.

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