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The amp looks like a kit built (metroamp or similar?) 100w based on a '70/71 JMP100 (100k NFB and no V2a bypass cap) added cap on the normal...
That is really cool update. I guess your old caps were clearly on the way out. Couple of my best amps (that I kept after cap change) have either...
As above 32mm are stock
500mA SLo Blo (ie T0.5A)
3A slo blo (T3A)
In the U.K. we use 500 HT and 1A for 240v for mains
Forgot about this thread.
Assuming bias stable
Pin 3 voltage is 440v or thereabouts
Pin 4 is a couple lower
Heaters are 6.3 or thereabouts
those are the 0.022uF 400v mustard caps that couple to the EQ pots. Tone stack cap is the ceramic disc just next to them. Typically 470pF or...
Mine had the yellow/gold dymo tape organ label. Next to the serial number.
Sometimes electrical fittings can smell when hot, typically some of the plastic tings that secure lampshades if you use 100w or 60w bulbs.
US prices are higher and if you are prepared to ship you will get more.
In the UK £1000-1100 is about right. Minus the hole it would...
Organ, Bass and Lead have mixer bypass cap
PA does not, nor does it have the cap on vol 1 pot>
The Heritage 55Hz are pretty bright and take a lot of breaking in. The Scumback I have was already broken in so not an issue.
I've had the...
The eyelets on George's commercial boards were thin walled pressed steel slightly fatter than the originals (bit like a taller version of Fender's...
Sorry, I'm wrong side of the pond.
I do the same so that the star washer can dig in.
they are so rare I recycle them so no!
I’ve never seen a 100w organ model lots of 50w. Quite nice classic plexi spec
Most original chassis were double punched for the internal cap (some use short fat cap, others a longer thinner Hunts/Erie).
Same with chokes....
It can be quite low (250v) but I use 1kV ceramic disc as they are correct size
You are getting closer:agreed:
Black Dog is not that distorted more crunch with bridge pup all the way.
You have to be able to hear the vibrato on...
Did you have the impedance matched?