waldo041 wrote:there is a 220k resistor(r105) to ground hanging off the wiper of the BASS pot in the tone stack, REMOVE it!
waldo041 wrote:i actually did this "waldo mod" in my HRdx long ago, and it gets rid of all that unwanted bass! allowed me to actually use the bass control of that amp.
removing it means , eliminate it, snip the ends of the resistor or desolder it. NO jumper needed.
marcuskeyser wrote:do I need to discharge the caps for this or is it safe to just snip ????
marcuskeyser wrote:also ...
Strummin ... do you like the JJ's ??? The speakers are 8ohm (4-10" Special Design Eminence® 8 ohm, 30 watt Speakers)
Waldo ... thanx for the tip !! btw ... kenny's tribute 2.0 is just about done!!! We'll need a WALDO BUFFER sponsorship banner
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DeadAheadNH wrote:unless I get critical feedback from anyone on the above outlined plan I'll report the results on these mods when I'm done.
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