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Building A Mojotone NC3015

Part III

Today we wrap up our three-part installment on building the NC3015 kit. We’ll be trimming our excess leads away from solder joints and testing important voltages throughout the circuit before we plug her in and let her rip!

Building A Mojotone NC3015

Part II

Today, we continue with our British Style NC3015 Amp Kit build. After we get our ground lugs and turret board installed, we’ll begin to stuff the turret board with electronic components. We’ll prep the chassis for wiring, and then solder everything in place!

Building A Mojotone NC3015

Part I

We’re diving back into amp kit building, but this time we’re doing a British Style kit: our NC3015. This is going to be a fun build that will result in an excellent-sounding amp. If you’ve been following along, this will be a great next step after our Tweed Style builds.

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Artist's Reactions to Mojotone Quiet Coil NC-1 Acoustic Sound-hole Pickup

We invited a few local musicians from Wilmington, NC to take look at the Mojotone Quiet Coil NC-1 Pickup. We also ask them about their view on the acoustic sound-hole pickups, and their first impression using our Quiet Coil Pickup with their performance song.

MOJOTONE Custom BlackOut British Head Live Performance

Mojotone brings a New BlackOut to the BlackOut Series. The BlackOut British Head is modified Mojotone TMB 18 watt circuit with JCM style EQ.

MOJOTONE Warehouse Sessions - Episode 2

We recently had the pleasure of hosting two Nashville guitar wizards, Ford Thurston and Eddie Haddad, at our headquarters in NC. While they were here, we thought it would be a good idea to have a jam session in our warehouse, capture some video, and show off a bunch of our products all at once.

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Mojotone Amp Kit Builders Guild

Facebook Group

Over the years, we've managed to garner the most creative and ambitious customers imaginable. We've learned just as much from our customers as we hope they've learned from us, and when it comes to electronics, you can never get TOO MUCH learning! That's why we've created the Mojotone Amp Kit Builders Guild, an online community where our followers can share resources, give and receive insight, expand their minds, and hone their skills. Whether you're just beginning or you've been an expert builder for years, we want you in the guild!
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Schematics & FAQs

With over 25 years of industry service, Mojotone is a huge resource for information and documents on all things 'guitar and amp.' If you've got a question you can't seem to find the answer to, try checking our comprehensive FAQ list for detailed information on everything from tolex glue to vacuum tubes. Likewise, try digging into our schematics database to see if we have the missing pieces needed to finish the project in front of you.
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Mojotone's Amp Database

Finding resources for vintage amps can be difficult at times, especially if you're looking for information on a more obscure amplifier model. Luckily, we've done our best to accumulate and store as many schematics, datasheets, etc., as we possibly can on our sister site, Ampwares.com. The goal at Ampwares.com is to be a complete source for all your guitar amp knowledge. And hey, if you don't see the amplifier you're looking for, let us know so we can add it to the site!
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