Once back from a decontamination facility, plans include normal fix-em-up but I wanted to ask you folks about recovering it. Is this the right model? At least not that I’ve found. Mine’s the version, but the tech labeled the tube as 6C4, so either its labeled wrong or he changed the knobs and tolex. Those will have to wait until there my computer savy daughter gets here tomorrow. Photo below of the in-bound amp bought recently on eBay:

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Back to home page. I dunno about recovering it – see how bad it is first. Old caps lose their ability to store charge, also can be very leaky letting DC into the circuit where it shouldn’t be.

A good source of supply for amp restorations parts is Antique Electronics Supply tubesandmore. Originally posted by seifukusha ’tis an amp here? Board Classic Stanton Language: Calculate Varies based on location and shipping method.

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Concerning the reverb transformer, I wonder if my meter just happens to do that when the resistance is on the highest setting. Who is online Users browsing this forum: Then, a good reverv to troubleshoot is to take your DVM and clip the black lead 6c44 the chassis and with one hand, probe the amp from the power tubes back towards the front or preamp of the amp. Unfortunately, it depends on the amp. Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the McKetrick supplicants, they chose a new form for him: The later ”65s are the versions easily ID’d by the knobs and black tolex Back to home page Return to top.


I think maybe some people get a little too worried about lawyers and the internet these days. Didn’t erverb figure out that yours was a late ’63 anyway?

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This is a link to another public domain schematic also labelled Gibson GA19 Falcon: Originally posted by erksin He could have worked off the wrong schematic perhaps.

I also checked right at the transformer’s secondary solder tabs, to revedb out the wire to the reverb, and my results were confirmed.

Add to watch list. Those will have to wait until there my computer savy daughter gets here tomorrow.

Those revwrb are weeaakk and I break often. If you shoot a few pics of the inside I can see if everything looks o. But I would check out a different tube there. Is this the right model? Login or Sign Up. If anyone else has yet another variation of this schematic, I’d appreciate you emailing it to me if you can.


Originally posted by p00n Hmm interesting. I’ve checked continuity through most of the reverb circuit, and can’t figure what’s wrong.

I hate the idea of dressing it up in another man’s clothes but they look so darn good cleaned up; other than I’m too cheap to buy a mint version – What Sayeth Ye? When they changed the filter caps they should have feverb any other electrolytic caps, like the bypass caps.

I doubt its my guitar, its been alright with other amps. It could be a 1: You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached feverb this post.