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 on: Today at 12:55:32 pm 
Started by Eddie Eagle - Last post by Eddie Eagle
How does it lose a spring? just sproing off at a connector? ") I'm going to get the old unit back so I'll have a model number of the unit.

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 on: Today at 12:09:37 pm 
Started by Eddie Eagle - Last post by mbrebes
Blackface era was a two-spring reverb tank.  I have never seen an intentionally made one-spring but I have seen tanks that have lost one whole spring.

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 on: Today at 12:00:09 pm 
Started by klaus - Last post by Jim Williams
As a recycler myself it saddens me to find that most of the recycled cardboard is no longer recycled since China has refused to take it like they once did. I still fill the recycle containers with it but I'm afraid it will end up in our local landfills because no one else will take it.

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 on: Today at 11:50:59 am 
Started by Eddie Eagle - Last post by Eddie Eagle
I have my Blackface Pro Reverb Amp getting some work done on it and the repair guy says I have a single spring reverb tank in it.
Anyone have any info on those? I see info on 2-3-4 spring but no single spring. It's not working so it'll be replaced with a multispring Fender product.

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 on: Today at 12:42:29 am 
Started by klaus - Last post by afterlifestudios
Thank you, Klaus!  We should all take note.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:06:02 pm 
Started by klaus - Last post by klaus
A couple of email exchanges have been had since the above opening salvo, but Sweetwater continues to claim that their plastic-coated cardboard is recyclable.
In Oregon, it's not, and I cannot imagine that it is anywhere else: separating plastic coating from cardboard is hard or impossible.

But it seems that they are taking my inquiries seriously after all, and promise to implement changes in packaging size in the future.

The elephant in the room remains that their packaging continues ending as landfill.
Considering that they are one of the biggest music mail order companies in the world, that's plain scary.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:29:59 pm 
Started by fffaustino - Last post by fffaustino
great, i will do.

Thanks again!

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 03:02:59 pm 
Started by fffaustino - Last post by klaus
Please keep in mid: the B+ voltage in N52 is not regulated, i.e. variations in AC line voltage out of your wall plug will also vary B+.
So, before you permanently adjust B+, make sure to measure your AC voltage in the building where you intend to use the N52, to determine a mean level.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:55:23 pm 
Started by fffaustino - Last post by fffaustino
Thanks so much for your quick response, Klaus,

I will try to calibrate B+ that way.

Many thanks and best regards from Spain!

Alfredo

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 on: Yesterday at 02:51:24 pm 
Started by Mark Lemaire - Last post by klaus
To sum it up, then:
* It was a marginal tube, triggered by a slight lowering of heater voltage that caused the noise.
* A healthy tube would not have caused noise as a result of lowering the heater voltage from 6.3 to 6.15VDC.

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