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Trainwreck Liverpool Schematics

Whether you have selected an Express, Liverpool, or Rocket, you can be confident that you now have in your possession one of the basic elements of a truly distinctive guitar tone. While it is ultimately up to each musician to make his or her own personal musical statement, we at Trainwreck Circuits believe that whatever your style and ability, you will be inspired to play better and with more passion than you ever envisioned when playing through your Trainwreck. Our goal is to provide you with an amplifier which is simple to operate, consistently reliable, and the ultimate in tonal response. Unlike most amplifier manufacturers, we build our products by hand, one at a time from the finest components and ingredients.

Trainwreck amplifiers can produce a wide range of tones, from clean and sparkling to dirty and menacing. Each model has its own character, but one feature that all Trainwrecks share is a warm, very controllable range of sounds. You will immediately notice that your clean sound has more impact. Crunch chords hold together with clarity and punch, and your leads will sing, sustain, and speak like never before. It’s up to you to experiment with volume, settings, speakers, and effects to develop the sounds which are definitively yours. The process is fun, and the results are truly inspiring. The power is in your hands. Trainwreck suggests that you throw your preconceptions out the window, open your ears, and try everything. We guarantee that you’ll surprise yourself.

Ceriatone LiverPull Layout:
Trainwreck Amplifiers run on 120 volts AC only. Each amplifier is equipped with a three-wire cord and the ground on this should not be defeated. When inspecting or changing fuses, the amplifier should ALWAYS BE UNPLUGGED. Always use a fuse of correct value. Using a fuse of larger value may severely damage your Trainwreck. The amplifier must never be operated without a suitable speaker or emulator load connected to the “speaker jack” on the back of the chassis. Failure to observe this warning may result in severe damage to the amplifier.

Trainwreck-Liverpool-Layout


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