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The reverb as stop working and how can I fix it. I do have some background in repairs.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the input RCA plug going into the reverb tank (silver box with two wires connected to it). Make sure the amp is off when you do this. Sounds like the output is working fine if hitting the amp does it.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
If the tubes are not lighting, either the fuse has blown or the power transformer might have an issue.
Be vvery careful as there are lethal voltages present in these.
If the fuse blew, replace it and try just once as there could be other problems and more damage could be done.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Very nice amp!
First off, is the amp getting sufficient power? An unreliable AC current from your wall can affect the performance.
Have you tried the amp with a different speaker? Checked for a loose connection from the amp to the speaker? Is it the correct ohms rating?
Second, are you experienced in electronics? The problem could lie in a faulty solder connection, a bad component, etc.
If you are not confident in opening the amp and troubleshooting it yourself, take it to a audio repairman. Marshall's are some of the easier ones to fix.....
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
SOURCE: my jcm 2000 tsl 100
Geez, how much drive or gain do you need? Maybe you should consider using a sustainer on your guitar if you expect it to be like using an ebow. No amp gives infinite sustain, especially a solid state one. A cheap guitar doesn't resonate well enough to do it regardless of what kind of amp you use. Too much drive takes away the punch attack or crunch and turns the sound muddy which makes it sound cheap, like a busted speaker. Marshall's aren't known for their drive, but for their tone overall. The combination of knowing how to use your effects and layering them in ways would give what I think you want.
Posted on Mar 08, 2013
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