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I love this amp now that Niel has brought it back to life.
I have realised that I dont have much prospect of using it to its max - not much...
Thanks Luke - yes it is amazing to have it back in better shape than it ever was since I first had it in the 70's .... strange really.
The Amp is sounding great. now its been given the once over. I had my first rehearsal at volume yesterday ..... that was so cool (after 30 years...
Is the slight hum you find when cranked up on this era of JTM-50's:
1) a generic thing? (suboptimal grounding design), or
2) just found on a few...
Yove done an amazing job Neil!
I cant read it on any of my pics or video - would have to open her up again - will post what I find when I get round to opening up again
which brown cap Sean?
I might have to take it out again to get a good pic ... but this seems to show TG9624 athough the 'G' is a bit too blurry to tell for sure on this pic
Screenshot 2021-04-10 At 09.38.52 by redfish posted Apr 10, 2021 at 9:41 AM
wow thats cool ... great detective work
There are a loads of pics of the amp in my profile media page
20210408_111934 Copy by redfish posted Apr 8, 2021 at 11:55 AM
20210408_111924 Copy by redfish posted Apr 8, 2021 at 11:55 AM
The OT must have been installed before mid-late 70's .... as that was when I bought it - and no work done on it since then
It has the same yellow 0.68 250v 'cube' caps as S 11295
Do any of you know about who would have signed the Test slip? (I was hoping to find Rosemary)
J MARSHALL SIGNATURE COMPARE by redfish posted Apr...
What is OT?
StingRay - can you explain to me what you mean by 'Those 0.68 250v' - I am new to all this - cheers - Red
Are they the big yellow 'cubes' wired...