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If everything still sounds ok, the bulb is probably just getting old. there are many places on the web to order replacement parts without having to pay big money for repairs at the big stores.

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No reverb on my fender ps 160 Vocal amplifier


Here is a link to the schematic drawing
http://www.prowessamplifiers.com/schematics/fender/ps160.pdf

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I got this old Reverb Amp from cleaning out a house for a real estate agent. I was wondering its worth & how to go about getting it to someone who would like to have it. Thank You Its a Pioneer SR-202...


It's an old 'spring-type' reverb.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverberation#Spring_reverberators

I have one from the mid-70's, long unused. Digital reverb is more predictable and not susceptible to rom vibrations or jarring. There are those who would still want one.

You might put it out on eBay. They don't get much for them.

This auction expires in 2 days. The bidding is $20.50 right now. You might watch it to see what the unit eventually goes for.

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Twin tube amp. power comes on, no sound. replaced tubes, still no sound


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I have a Fender tube amp The Twinn. 4 6l6 2 12at7 and 4 12ax7. Mu reverb is dead and I here some strange oscillation. I suspect the 12at7 in reverb and one 12ax7 Both microphonic and very dem fil. ...


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Yes, they could be causing the problem.The filaments are a little hard to see sometimes, you will always get a little microphonic activity about preamp tubes. It may also have failing capacitors depending on how old it is. Is it a "Twin Reverb". Let me know the exact model and we can be a little more specific of the problem and solution. Cheers


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