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The stuff that matters,
This review is from: Designing Tube Preamps for Guitar and Bass (Hardcover)
The book contains just right amount of theory with nice examples how it can be applied in practise. Things like how seemingly innocent choises of resistor values actually affect sound are discussed in depth.
The book also covers phase inverters, which was a pleasant surprise. Altough I've always concidered phase inverter to be part of power amp, the inclusion does make sense, since post phase inverter master volumes seem to be the thing nowadays.
So, content is very good. Typesetting quality could be better, however, and some images appear blocky. Those are very minor issues, of course. I do recommend this book to anyone who wishes to understand tube guitar amplifiers.