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Je ne l'ai pas encore termine, mais clairement l'ouvrage de Merlin Blencowe est excellent.
D'une part il fait partie des rares livres sur ce sujet, c'est a dire consacre la conception pratique des preamplis/amplis a tubes pour la Guitare/Basse (tres differents de leur cousins hifi), il est clair et peut etre aborde avec un bagage technique minimum (calcul elementaire,
pas de calcul integral ou differentiel, bases de l'electricite: Ohm, Thevenin, Norton, RLC) adapte aux applications pratiques (les formules donnees sont discutees et des references sont citees pour plus de details) . D'autre part, pour comparer au livre de Richard Kuehnel sur le meme sujet le livre de M. Blencowe aborde certains points complementaires comme le cablage ou la commutation par exemple (personnelement j'ai les deux tomes du R. Kuehnel (preampli et amplis) et le M. Blencowe; il peut etre egalement utile de visiter les sites web des auteurs). Un dernier point est qu'il s'agit d'une edition reliee (hardcover) de bonne qualite avec egalement une bonne qualite d'impression.
Avis tres positif donc.
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Un livre avec ce qu'il faut de technique, et des explications claires. L'influence de chaque composant est exposée avec netteté.
Cet ouvrage est unique dans son genre, car dédié à l'amplification guitare, là ou tous les ouvrages techniques sur les lampes sont plutôt orientés HiFi. Des notions de base sont nécessaires pour la compréhension(au moins connaitre la loi d'ohm) et également comprendre l'anglais...
Cet ouvrage est devenu mon livre de chevet... et d'atelier!
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Un livre très complet, clair et bien structuré!
Il y a une vraie analyse technique et pas de blabla, ce qui n'est pas le cas de tous les bouquins.
J'ai d'ailleurs commandé le tout dernier livre de Merlin Blencowe, qui devrait me permettre de compléter pas mal de notions.
C'est un incontournable, comme son site internet Valve Wizard pour qui s'intéresse à la conception d'un ampli!
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A must have if you plan to modify, build or simply understand a valve guitar preamp. A good reading for musicians or techs with enough theory and practical advices. Thank you ValveWizard!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome Awesome Awesome~ 1 août 2013
Par Jordanyte - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have many books on tube amp and preamp design. From Reich's "Theory and Applications of Electron Tubes" 1940's EE text book, to hi-fi books published by Elektor to Richard Kuehnel's diatribes on the classic tube guitar amps.

This book smokes them ALL. It is so easy to read, and accessible to anyone with high-school math skills, and technician level electronics knowledge. If you can read an electronics schematic, know how to wire/solder and can make stuff, then you can very quickly and practically apply the work in this book with great results.

Biasing, Triode, Tetrode and Pentode operations are all well addressed, with practical graphical and analytical design techniques given, as well as clear, inarguable technically correct explanations of distortion, overdrive, harmonics, tone control and filtering.

I can say this because I am an EE, with many years experience designing and building audio electronics both for guitar and hi-fi, and I could not have written a book on this subject better myself.

This is AWESOME.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book ! 10 février 2014
Par D. Cavan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have a degree in EE, and took courses in networks, filter theory, transistor theory, signals and systems, electromagnetics, etc. Although I have these theories and methods tucked neatly away, in college you are instructed in a dry textbook format, with almost no instruction how to apply this knowledge in a practical way. Such knowledge comes from having a job and gaining experience.

I have mainly designed and build precision amplifier circuits for optical sensors using semiconductor op-amps. As I now approach retirement I recently became interested in the design of vacuum tube amplifiers for guitars. I'll start out by saying this is the finest book on tube amplifier design I've seen, and is a goldmine for electronic designers in general. First, the Author presents vacuum tube design and theory in a thorough and lucid way. I read a few other books before this one, and this book answers all of the lingering questions I had from the previous books. Then the Author presents specifically how tube guitar amplifiers are designed, what makes them sound the way they do, what the limitations are, etc. Then he goes on to provide a whole grab bag of tricks used by veteran designers in the old vintage amplifiers.

I'm ready to start designing and building my first valve amplifier, purely for the fun of it. This is the best book on the subject I have seen. It is easily worth the money regardless of your level of knowledge at the start. A textbook with 1/4 the information will cost you 4x more than this. He'll teach you everything you need to get started, and give you a real appreciation of how real EEs design stuff. And remember: "You can't spell Geek without a Double-E"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Merlin *is* the valve wizard! 6 novembre 2016
Par Damnatron - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have only made it to page 31, and I can't stop thinking about it! I have learned so much about amps, circuits, sounds, distortion, music, ... This book makes you tube crazy.

This first 31 pages was about basic tube amp, various ways to bias the tube (I didn't understand what bias was before for example), how all of this plays into harmonic distortion, ...

I have a computer engineering degree, so had courses in circuits many years ago. I wish they taught classes like circuits with a book like this. You are using things like Ohm's law to do something useful. Plus it collides with reality, in that this tells you how things work in the real world. Classes were never much good for that. I remember my professor saying that nobody used tubes, and that you could just chain a bunch of transistors together, yadda, yadda. Academic rubbish! That professor never even built anything real. Reading through this book you encounter a gold mine of collected experience and wisdom.

I don't know if I'll actually build a tube amp -- I am mainly interested in using pre-built subcomponents to put in a larger amp project. So I wanted to understand amps better. This even helps think about solid state amp and audio electronic designs better.

I also read the Grounding chapter which is available via PDF on his website. It blew me away. I never thought of designing ground layout like that before. The funny thing is people like me learn about basic circuit theory in school. Then the electricians (who wire houses) complain about people like me not understanding building code, real electrical work, creating hazards, thinking "black is ground", etc. And the tube amp folks complain about people like me point out I don't even know how ground works. haha!

Merlin is blowing up my mind!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous Book 13 janvier 2017
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When I went to school for electronics back in the mid 1980s everything was already digital electronics with microprocessor based control, a minimal amount was taught about vacuum tubes (valves in England) I am a guitarist and had racks of the latest digital guitar amplifiers needless to say I was blown away by the 3 dimensional tone emanating from an old dirty Fender Blackface Super Reverb when I repaired the burned screen resistors on the output tubes and plugged in my guitar. I had to know everything about this "outdated" technology and at that time the only guys using tubes were old radio guys and guys into building single-end amps for their home stereo a small publication called "Glass Audio" published and written by retired engineers from by gone days, I discovered The Radiotron Designers Handbook published in the 1940s at the peak of vacuum tube technology and learned all I could and started designing my own guitar amplifiers with my guitar on my neck my proto-type bread boarded and Oscilloscope probing a labor of love. I sure wish I had Merlin Blencowe's book in those days it could have cut my design time by several years! If you would seriously like to understand Guitar Amplifiers everything is covered here well written and interesting for those who would only like to buy a kit and assemble it maybe the book is beyond your patience level but if you are hungry for knowledge the rewards of Merlin Blencowe's genius will pay off. Maybe difficult understand without basic electronics training
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of THE best books on fundamentals you can buy 8 mars 2014
Par CJ Paul - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have several "tube circuit" books from many of the current authors and a few from the golden years as well. Mr. Blencowe's book manages to deliver engineering level detail while not beating you over the head with it (or presuming you are an engineer). His ability to convey complex and somewhat obscure details to the lay person is among the best I have read putting him up there with Nelson Pass who in my opinion is unmatched at this skill. He also explains the math much more clearly than the usual cursory review providing a true fundamental understanding of what is going on. Furthermore the book covers a great deal of material so you don't feel as though you need more books to fill in the gaps. Well written, well laid out and a true must have for anyone serious about building or at least understanding how tube preamp circuits work.
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