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The response I got gave me a place to start however after hours of searching the internet I am unable to locate the capacitors I need. Who sells exact replacement capacitors for this '67 fender super reverb? Are there new versions that are compatible? Also where can I get a picture of the inside components to see if someone before me put in something wrong? I found one site that had a nice photo of the guts on a deluxe reverb, but it's alot different than a super reverb. The internet has not been very helpful in these regards, yet.

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