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Amplifier feedback by kcbuck
‌My past experience tells me when there is no sound it's the power tubes and when there is a god awful feedback type noise it's usually one of the support (preamp, rectifier, or transformer) tubes. Usually the tube that is not lit will be the bad tube. When removing a good tube, or installing a new tube, use a cloth to prevent your skin oils from getting on the tube. These oils can create hot spots on the tube when it is heated and m
Mod on a LP100 Epiphone by alaguitarslinger

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