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Ground lugs for RF filter cap
Love it! Love the ratted 2x12 crank it and give it a good thrashing :shred:
^^^ damn nice build alert! :shred:
Good eye @South Park
@dinkyguitar drill a hole in your chassis about 1 inch to the right of where you have attached your green mains ground wire...
Step one, shield the bottom of your chassis brother. For bench testing Home Depot/Lowes carries sheet aluminum in the HVAC section. Its thin...
Always remain a Marshall owner, as a best practice.
I purchased and hoarded a bunch of these before the prices spiked. Bob are yours the push on or set screw?
I hate heater wiring. Chris I'm worried about you brother. Dinky you don't need to twist the arch over to the socket pins. Twisting 2 reds or 2...
That's looking finely crafted keep up the good work!
A proper trace repair will be WAY cheaper.
And that's if you don't make a 'damn it' error on the board and get it right on the first try.
Sounds like a money pit to me, you could buy another JCM900 cheaper.
Looking good, now remove all those bear claw tube retainers and replace them with spring retainers.
I prefer the AC Mains (input wires) in the left hole so I can stuff them down into the left side corner of the chassis.
Yeah I purchased my Astoria Custom from them I'm quite happy with that deal it's gone up in price.
West side of the cascade range south of what's left of Mt. Saint Helens.
I'm surprised Emerald Guitars didn't snag it and try to resell for $7,500 (coolidge said while mocking Emerald Guitars prices)
That's not the correct footswitch, it's this one.
I have a pair of Genelex Gold Lion KT-77's, they sound like crud.
=C= WARNING: This was my #1 tube for a long time but currently there are a...
@Travis398 and @adew1 have it correct. We really must follow the data sheet and wire color codes on the data sheet that comes with the PT. I say...