dleonard wrote:hmmm ok...Am I going to need to take the chassis out of the amp? If so, im reluctant because I could defintely F*** it up
BTW...the amp and tubes are about 3 and a hald years old. Does keeping the amp low and always diming my guitar with a tubescreamer and mxr+ often on contribute to tubes going bad sooner?
dleonard wrote:There is a seperate one that surrounds the socket after i take the first metal cover off. It covers about half of the tube, and it is not seperating from the socket. It is screwed onto the chassis as well. I tried inserting the tube with it on there but i just keeo bending the prongs. I knew this couldnt be so easy
dleonard wrote:also, its impossible to tell if the prongs are lined up properly or are bent when you're pushing in
JonnyBoy wrote:TAD or Tube Amp Doctor are what Brad is using in his SMS I believe....
dleonard wrote:yeah...im just going to take it to a tech now.
Tennessee Jedi, does that guy in Hatboro do amps as well?
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