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First attempt to do upgrade

Started by Madamp, October 07, 2021, 08:11:14 PM

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      Hello everyone

             Needing ideals for upgrade or total redo or even swap out.

          Having trouble trying to load pic of the amp. But you can google
           It. To get ideal of. Size.  And shape. Small area.
            It is a
         L & M
        Sound Reader.               Will keep trying to get pics loaded


  Still not getting picture uploaded

If someone would pull one off. The net and post. For me would be gratful



A picture doesn't tell us much.   I am not even sure what the thing is.   WHat do you want to do with it?


    Thanks for doing link! 
      I been using it as practice amp.  Just on low though  lol ! , 

     speaker change
     Maybe something for tone
     Make it more like a guitar amp
     Mine has just  4. Inputs and controls on bottom other 2 are plugged off
     First attempt so I thought I would try something simple even a swap out
     Of other small amp that was decent just on first go


      I posted this in wrong forum sorry for that
       Could someone move this to beginner forum



Quote from: Madamp on October 09, 2021, 08:24:33 AM

      I posted this in wrong forum sorry for that
       Could someone move this to beginner forum


No need to move this post, we're pretty loose on what goes in which section - chill place around here.

For us to help you in any meaningful way, we're going to need some pictures of the inside of this little guy.  I've never seen anything quite like it, so not sure where to even start.  My guess is you would need to build a basic preamp to sit in front of this amp, then you would start to get more of a "guitar amp" sound from it.
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