Re: Amp Question

Also, I am not sure how a Deville is set up insidethe cabinet but keep an
eye on wiring in the tube area. Wires that normally hang down and out of the
way (wires leading from the amp to the speakers for example) may end up
laying on exposed tubes when the amp is turned on its side. This may cause
the plastic coating on the wires to melt when the tubes heat up.

> From: "Michael Peloquin" <peloquinharp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: "Michael Peloquin" <peloquinharp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 17:19:55 +0000
> To: mbrogers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: RE: Amp Question
> If you have reverb in the amp, sideways is not good for reverb springs and
> connections.
> Michael Peloquin
>> From: "Mike and Beverly Rogers" <mbrogers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Reply-To: "Mike and Beverly Rogers" <mbrogers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> To: "harp-l" <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
>> Subject: Amp Question
>> Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2003 10:51:11 -0500
>> I have a tube amp, Fender Blues Deville, with four tens.  At our last gig,
>> due to stage space, my amp was turned sideways, and the guitar amp, a small
>> transistor amp, was set on top of it.  It worked great, but I'm wondering
>> if this will hurt my amp.  Maybe it's a no brainer.  Bullfrog
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