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Looking for Schematics for a Kustom Lead III guitar Amplifier top The out signal to the Speaker doesn't work. Line seems ok. The repair shop cant find any schematics from the maker, and they cant do anything more until they have schematics. Voltage varies from 0.5 to 20 V without explanation. Have looked on the net but found no Kustom schematics specifically for the III Lead top. Anyone got them as PDF or knows where to find them?
Hi Guys, I started building this amplifier around Christmas, I finished it in March and have since decided to start work on some new ideas and turn it in to a company. I hope you guys can give me some feedback as I respect the quality of work that seems to be posted here. Unfortunately I'm having to sell this amplifier to raise capital to build my new idea which is a version 2 of this amplifier. Same internal components and features but in a smaller box. I'd have liked to have kept this forever but needs must! I hope you enjoy this build thread and like what I'm doing. Again any feedback is gratefully received. If you have any questions I'd love to answer them. Unfortunately not every part of the process is covered in these photos but I've put as much in as I can. In the cabinet I put Celestion Vintage 30s. They are quite heavy but because I've used ultralight materials I have kept the weight down to the same as an equivalent Marshall cabinet. --- The amplifier is quite big but looks are deceiving, this head is lighter than an Engl Powerball. --- This is a promo picture that I took for my website that I've been building... not going so well, they are very hard to make. Please have a look www.davisamplification.com --- This is the amplifier at the famous Rockfield Studios in Wales where many, many famous albums have been recorded. --- I was lucky enough that Robert Plant used the amplifier on a couple of occasions and he was really cool to invite me over to his to have some photos taken with him and the amplifier. He loved the way it looked and sounded.