frans wrote:Another successful JLM build! I did the Pultec clone from the NRG forum with a Dingo and two 99v
http://www.nrgrecording.de/nrg/viewtopi ... sc&start=0
and even if there's a rat's nest of 36 wires from the board to the pots and switches (thank god for multi-pin connectors) I got everything to work at first attempt. Thanks to Joe, the patron saint of DIY and his very, very well thought-out multifunctional kits. I drooled over the pics of his Pultec and would prefer a JLM board where the switches and pots solder right on the board without wires - but I assume Joe got his reasons for not selling this board... and his finished Pultec is simply too much for my wallet but surely 101% worth it. Soooo... now on with the show: another two channels of 99v preamps are waiting in the basement...
Cool Glad you liked the Dingos with the 99v opamps!
We have looked at doing a kit of the super JLM enhanced pultec but we can build the pultec almost as quick as it would take to pack the kit due to the huge amount of cap values that would need to be in the kit.
Lots of new JLM kits and gear coming out this year before we get to look at it again seriously.