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George, it's a Les Paul. BTW, I've tried hard to figure out what made them assign labels like Studio and Standard to the LP, here's what I figured out - What makes an LP a 'Studio' is the word Studio graved into the TRC. Conversely, a 'Standard' has the word Standard graved into the truss rod cover. That is it. If you prefer one model over the other - Guitar Center sells the engraved covers.You bet it's b.s. - but that was truly the state of things at Gibson. Maybe when they start back up - they'll build better guitars.

Gibson Music | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


Glenn, Does it say 'overvoltage', or simply 'voltage'? For the clearest result brother, contact Mackie - 1-800-898-3211 is their tech line - they're super cool - I just always picture the guys at Mackie sitting around reading comic books and shooting guns into the air. good luck!

Mackie Music | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


Duberney, there's just no way of telling anything regarding a unit's condition without examining the unit, however, what you're describing sounds like something in the chassis (around the power sec) is loose. Duh. The procedure to chase that sucker down requires a technician to fool around in there with the power on, so it's really not something that I would recommend an amateur do. I'm sure you would have no accidents - but it's just plain fun to see other people get electrocuted. Send me your city - I'll find you a tech.

Ampeg Music | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


Martin has a great customer service dept!
https://www.martinguitar.com/customer-service

The construction will tell you the most, however, Martin can tell you for sure.

Music | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


What problems are you experiencing, it is uncommon for chips to burn out

Music | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


this will depend on the model / make of your instrument please advise.

The Music | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


First things to check, power supply unit, is it the original or the one that has previously worked - if yes check the output voltage with a meter to ensure this is working.

When you plug this into the piano if you wobble the plug does the socket feel loose? You may even get a tempoary connection, if you do or it feels loose the socket needs repairing.

If this all checks out ok the next step is move inside the piano, you will need to know a bit about electronics to proceed to this step.

Report back and I may be able to help further.

Korg Music | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


That depends on what you want to end up doing. You will end up patching into/out of the jacks on the front. You do not come out of the jacks on the back to the crossover.

Behringer Music | Answered on Sep 25, 2018


If the humming ONLY happens when a cable is plugged into the amp, the problem is in the cable or the guitar. Poor quality cables or wrong cables will result in hum. Defective wiring or connectors in the guitar OR having the guitar near a source of magnetic fields will result in hum. We cannot diagnose these possibilities remotely.

Fender Frontman... | Answered on Sep 22, 2018


Google (xenyx)(x1222)(manual) without parens.

Music | Answered on Sep 22, 2018

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