Though I haven't finished reading it yet, this book has been very informative.
This book is a concise compilation of the algebraic equations that result in component selection, circuit design and layout of a tube guitar amp.
As you build more amps over the years, this will be a book you then "rediscover" as your knowledge base grows.
Here's my problem with these books. Who are these guys? An audio engineer for Dolby Labs, OK. Good reference, but I've never seen or heard an amp he's built. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this book because I wanted to increase my abilities when it comes to customizing guitar amps for my clients. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Salvatore Gambino
This book is a bit hard to understand for a cold newbie. If you study, and re-read, google what you do not grasp. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lliam Mckenzie
In my opinion Gerald Weber and Dave Hunters book was better for me. This book is still good but the other were easy to read and understand.Published 6 months ago by John
I have mechanical engineering degree, which means I have taken a few circuits classes, but solving general textbook problems is not nearly as cool as making very loud sounds. Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. Johnston
A great book if you are interested in learning about tube electronics.
It lays out the information from a beginners level to more advanced amplifier design without getting too... Read more
Now I will correct some few things in my design of tube amps that started to be mounted by me in Brasil.Published 11 months ago by Fernando Antonio De Paoli
This book is written for an electrical engineer I'm not the smartest or the dumbest but this is hard to read I do like how it explains some of the technical things but it gets to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by trailwalker1
I read a little of tthis book each night more and more I learn you should buy one if your going too construckt a tube ampPublished 14 months ago by james w trigg