Original Parts Inside 1969 Jmp?

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  1. JMP MCP

    JMP MCP New Member

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    Wow, thanks for the input everyone! Good to know. I would definitely send this to Greg if I was closer to NC. However, I am in CA so I think I will give Victor Mason of Plexi Palace a call.
     
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    Interesting but Ron's amp has a replaced PT and has the HT switched after the rectifier, wonder if before or after the filter caps?
     
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    In CA....I'd be going to Roy Blankenship - ANY DAY of the YEAR. Both Roy and Greg are on par for their in depth knowledge of all things Vintage Marshall, honest, reputable gentlemen both par excellence.

    http://www.blankenshipamprepair.com/
     
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    Here is a Canadian export model 1987 very early 1969 Plexi panel. It has a newer bias pot, the OT was replaced but with a sourced, period correct one. Also the output selector was cracked. I took it out and glued the hell out of it till I find a good replacement...I recently changed out the Bias Caps too....Those greay ones were leaking....I also put in Grid Stoppers.

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    This is a fascinating thread!! I wish I understood more of it, but there are some smart and helpful people in this forum. Very cool!!
     

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