So I'll start by saying I know absolutely nothing about audio equipment, but where I lack in knowledge I make up for in tenacity.
I have always owned record players and I think they are making such great strides back into the mainstream. I have noticed through the years of owning different record players that I prefer the quality of sound coming from my record player with a tube amp built in.
I work in an office and every day I dream about doing something I love and I've had some designs for record player bodies kicking around in my head for years. I want to integrate my woodworking ability with my love for music and record players but I lack knowledge when it comes to electronics and tube amp design.
I have read a few places that single-ended triode tube amps work very well but that's as far as I can get because the sheer number of options is too overwhelming and I'm starting from scratch.
I was hoping someone one could give me some direction to some good DIY tube amp schematics that would be suitable for a small, medium end record player.