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    Quote Originally Posted by TelRay View Post
    DIODES:
    For me it is clear that I'll go for the UF4007s to replace the IN697s (4 of them in the SCHEMATIC)
    However I am not so sure (because of being different, probably for a good reason, form the other ones) about the 5th diode: CODI-575, the one connected to the 50V t/f secondary, 100 uF 50V cap and to pin 8 of the connector.
    That's the bias supply rectifier, not a zener so another UF4007 will be fine there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diablo View Post
    I have one of those necklace reverbs from a PR-40 tone cab. Is there any reason to use the necklace reverb over the conventional stretched spring tank for a guitar amp? Like I need another project.
    In the Hammond world, we tend to acknowledge the necklace reverb as the best-sounding spring reverb, but its drawback is that it's so sensitive to any motion around it like someone walking past the tone cabinet. I'm sure you could use it as a stand-alone studio reverb, but it was never suitable for something like a guitar amp that would be moved frequently. It actually has a locking mechanism you're supposed to engage if you move the tone cabinet.

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    I am thinking about ordering a replacement transistor for the REVERB RETURN, 2N2614. Just in case...
    Anyone knows of a good modern equivalent?

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