D*A*M Pedal Registry

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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by markom89 » Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:48 pm

I've got a few boxes that I'd like to register! I'd also like to add that the Ram Head I once called mine (previously entered into registry) has gone home to mother (Dave) for good.

You'll get all the info you need from the photos :tu:

First up...

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Next...

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Und next...

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Und last, but certainly not least...

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What a happy D*A*M family!
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by The Captain » Thu Apr 30, 2009 8:02 pm

:hihi: I think I'm gonna ban Miss Haynes from writing out the back plates.
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by markom89 » Thu Apr 30, 2009 8:05 pm

The Captain wrote::hihi: I think I'm gonna ban Miss Haynes from writing out the back plates.
No, no... it's quite alright, I assure you, kind sir. Wait 'till you get a load of the Ram Head's back plate :oldlol:
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by smogfalls » Wed May 06, 2009 5:16 pm

"love games"! haha, "I'm Old Greg!" :cthulhu2:
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by Dorsia » Thu May 07, 2009 12:04 pm

haha "want some baileys?"
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by smogfalls » Thu May 07, 2009 12:30 pm

Guitar Lessons - Online via Skype or in Nottingham, England

http://alexfarran.webs.com

Shape Lieutenant - Progressive Rock/Metal/Jazz...

http://soundcloud.com/shape-lt/shape-lt ... -june-2011
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by Dorsia » Thu May 07, 2009 12:40 pm

come to papa moon!! someone should make a pedal called the "Fuzzy Man Peach".

cool clip as well :popcorn:
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by jimi_dylan » Thu May 07, 2009 2:42 pm

Ok, that's some British humor that I can appreciate! I enjoyed that. Thanks. "I had home economics...I'm going to crack open a fresh Bailey's."
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by The Captain » Fri May 22, 2009 1:09 pm

One for teh registry Mr.P... :badteeth:

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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by mrpicard » Fri May 22, 2009 2:32 pm

I am sure that a few of you may have noted that the above pedal has OC80 transistors. Mullard first started making transistors around 1952 by copying the Bell Laboratories point-contact transistor. Accordingly, their first products were the OC50 (a general-purpose amplifier) and the OC51 (for switching) - see photo below.

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In 1953 Mullard then moved to junction transistors and released the OC10 (a low-noise version of the OC11), the OC11 (general-purpose amplifier) and the OC12 (intended for use in an output stage). The OC10-12 series were encased in a black plastic - see photo below.

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The OC10-12 series quickly became obsolete and in 1954 they were succeeded by the glass-encapsulated OC70 and OC71. The OC70 replaced the OC10 and the OC71 replaced the OC11. Finally, the glass-encapsulated OC72 was introduced in 1955 as a replacement for the OC12.

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In 1957 Mullard released the OC80 range that contained, amongst others, the OC80, the OC81, the OC81D, the OC82, the OC82D etc, etc. They were kind of the next generation with the addition of a limited number of "D" models that were intended as audio drivers in radio equipment. If you want to know more about the OC80 range Sickle has some posts from the Mullard technical books about these. Anyway, thought you may be interested :oldsmile:
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