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I was wondering if you had the build dates for numbers 192 and 58?
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Very nice indeed! Do all the meatheads have 2N3904 and BC182L transistors? The Deluxe will probably have 2 x BC549C?
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Ah... my Ol' Number 58..... :love:
mrpicard wrote:Very nice indeed! Do all the meatheads have 2N3904 and BC182L transistors? The Deluxe will probably have 2 x BC549C?
The Meathead that I have now has a BC239 and 693G(?) ... Can't make out the last digit. Whatever it is, its good for the fuzzies !
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monolithfuzz wrote:The Meathead that I have now has a BC239 and 693G(?) ... Can't make out the last digit. Whatever it is, its good for the fuzzies !
Ah, that will probably be a 2SC693G and the bits after that are internal ref numbers. The BC239 is the key transistor used in D*A*M Ram Heads. "The" sound for a Big Muff is probably the BC239.
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Has that first Meathead had implants or is it all natural?
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