Re: Amp Question

Those little wires break a lot. They're a SOB too because too much heat will
start to melt the transducer or all of the jacket off of the wire.

That's actually a good idea putting the harps on the amp. I'm getting tired
of bending
down for harp changes all the time.


> You may be right. I am going from a Vibrolux I used to have where the very
> thin wires in the reverb tank were always breaking. It might have been
> loading & moving abuse though.
> At least when you set a top control amp like Blues Deluxe etc. sideways,
> can put harps on top and still have access to the knobs!
> Michael Peloquin
> >From: "Scooter" <10hole@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Actually Michael, it wont hurt them at all. The transducers have a
> >pressure on
> >them regardless of how they're mounted and the springs are just sprung
> >between them.
> >A lot of manufacturers actually mount the spring tank on the side wall of
> >the amp. Older
> >Gibson's and others did too when the chassis was mounted in the bottom
> >the control
> >panel up top.
> >
> >Scooter
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