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‘59 Bassman cathode-follower driven tone stack Last year, while preparing to build myself a ‘59 Bassman clone (with reverb and tremolo tacked on) I became intrigued by the tone stack, it had always been there, we’ve all looked at it a million times, and I had already been using similar Treble/Mid/Bass stacks on the Black Dog and Dominatrix.Whereas these amps had the tone stack in between two gain stages, the second to make up for the inherent losses in complex tone controls, the ‘59 by contrast had a cathode-follower stage pushing the stack from behind.So I moved the input jack the same distance to the left for symmetry, lost the 5/17 switch (hallelujah, I never liked the triode mode) making room for bass and treble con- trols and a 3-way mid- switch.Behold, ladies and gentleman: The Super 17 Mark IV.With only enough space on the chassis for a pair of 12AX7s, the Limited Edition did not have reverb or tremolo, but it marked the debut of the “5/17” (triode/pentode) switch which created a dual power feature.Mark III The smaller, lighter Limited Editions sold out immediately, but being completely out of organ hardware at this point, I had to develop a new smaller aluminum chassis from scratch, as the Marshall 18-style was too large to fit into the 5E3 box. Available only as a 112 combo, it was more than 10 pounds lighter than it’s predecessor, and featured reverb, tremolo, and the 5/17 switch as standard equipment.Soon after came the late ‘50s Gibson-inspired bias-vary tremolo, which begs the question why anyone would ever use any other method.Like the reverb, it is not in the signal path, manipulating the bias voltage on the power tubes instead.

At the end of the day we have the most technically complex and feature laden version of the Super 17 ever.I would need to re-claim some of that space in order to expand beyond the six control holes that I had to work with, so a call to the cabinet shop and three weeks later, I had a modified 5E3 with a 13.5” opening.I moved the pilot light an inch or so to the right, and in doing so I returned to the Fender-style pilot light jewel for the first time in five years – thus silencing forever the shrill screams of an entire market segment that had been demanding this change for years (maybe some day I’ll have a light-up logo, too, but not today) and I am absolutely certain that I have sold a number of amps based solely on the fact that they were furnished with a violet jewel.Now at this point I’d been building guitar amplifiers for 8 years, Hammonds and Leslies for 12 years before that, and I never had the occasion to delve into the virtues of a cathode-follow- er.With single-stage pre-amps, single tone controls, and no effects loops I had no use for a current amplifier or imped- ance coupler/buffer – but wait a minute...Turns out the answer is yes, yes you can, as the cathode-follower amplifies current, not voltage.