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Started by Billythekid, March 15, 2016, 11:52:45 AM
Quote from: Billythekid on March 15, 2016, 11:52:45 AMDoes anybody know what will cause weak/low output volume problems with a solid state guitar amp. I read it can be bad caps output transformer or transistors etc. Any info on this subject would be a great help. I would love to get this SS amp up and running at maximum performance. Thanks
Quote from: Billythekid on March 26, 2016, 11:48:12 AMHey enzo, hi my amp doesn't have fx loop return send at all. It does have three speaker output jacks. Two for the two 2×10 cabs and the third for an external speaker out. The amp is 1966 67 Epiphone EA-600RVT Solid State guitar amp 100watts two inputs for bass two for guitar. Tremolo Vibrato Reverb. I have the schematic for the amp, they are also in the Gibson Master service manual under Gibson GSS-100 set B. The problem with the Reverb is if I turn the potentiometer volume cause there is only one pot for the Reverb whick is volume, if I turn it up past 2 and 3 the amp makes a loud screeching feedback humming noise I can't explain the sound past that. I had the spring tank connected and tapp on it and can hear it but can't turn it up any thoughts.