We have to assume that the Y connector connects cables in parallel, never know one to connect in series, but as long as in this case the cable is connected to an 8Ohm output on the amp then all will be fine
Until you do then you will never be sure, its plain to see that it has been rewired in the past, not very well i might add, so do your self a favour and get it correct, also get the speaker positions right too, it might sound ok to you but thats only your opinion, others may differ.
Barbara has just sent me this, as she was interviewed on CBS news today regarding Dudley`s involvement with the birth of Marshall amps
She admits to being a bit vague about certain point ie prototypes, there was only one, same one different circuits being tried, how could we have several...
I doubt it very much, so many on here take on repairs that they have no clue on what to do and expect others that do know to tell them what needs to be done. Once they have done that then they get tempted to do other repairs until something goes very wrong
Leave to those who know
This is a very simple one, you have said that you have turned down everything and it is still there, you have taken out the pre amp tubes, still there, so its coming from the output stage, so as others have said it must be generated from the power supply which means AC filter capacitors, just...
But i am still here and can pass on the history as all who still work for Marshall were not even born back then
All the history over the years has been inaccurate, and they are ignorant of the true facts when i try to educate them.
RIP Dudley Craven
I have said this so many times and i will once again state that Jim's shop opened in 1962, just selling musical instruments and drum lessons upstirs.
It was not until early March 1963 that Ken Bran mentioned to both Dudley and i about a conversation Jim overheard in his shop about how the amp...