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#1
Hey guys ive posted this a few times but cant get nowhere anybody have a clue why old ss guitar amps volume can drop dramatically? All i need are instruction and i can preform task anys ideas guys???????
#2
Can anyone throw me some Pointers on where to begin to het my amp back in good condition?
#3
This amp is so kool 1966 Epiphone EA600RVT solid state first amps to receive all transistors its dark blue tolex material with silver faceplate and black and red old time pot knobs. Orange pilot light man its really kool looking anybody else even know what this amp is or how rare it is???
#4
Can anyone help me troubleshoot why my 1966 EPIPHONE EA600RVT MAXIMA. SOLID STATE GUITAR AMP MY VOLUME IS LOW AND WEAK ON NUMBER TEN ANY THOUGHT I HAVE SHCEMATIC AND KNOW ABOUT ELECTRONICS BUT I CANT PINPOINT THIS LOW VOLUME OUTPUT ISSUE. TO FIX IT
#5
My ea 600 rvt epiphone 1966 solid state guitar amps volume is very weak for being a 100 watt 110v 60 cycle guitar amp can anyone help me find the problem
#6
Has anyone had this problem with their amps spring reverb screeching when you turn the potentiometer up past 2or 3 my amp Reverb just gives this nasty screeching feedback noise when I try to turn it up. Has anyone else had this happen and been able to fix the problem??? Any help would be great...
#7
 Does 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
#8
Hello I'm a new member to this forum and would be appreciative if someone could help me out with my weak output volume on my 1966 Epiphone EA-600RVT Solid State 100 Watt guitar amp. The amp powers on everything works but I get very low output volume from the speakers they are 2 cabs of 2×12 I measured the ohms at just below 16 ohms so I think they're 16 ohms could be wrong though. I have basic electronic skills and can work the multimeter. I read it may be the output transformer, or output transistors, even electrolytic capacitors. Can anyone who has knowledge of this issue give me some insight on what I can do to repair it. Thanks fellow ssguitarist.