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Tailgate

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  1. Thanks all for the warm welcome. Any suggestions on the size speakers?
  2. @Rob That would be wonderful. I'm glad you said that because I figured all the resistors and diodes should be fine. Send it to me! Much appreciated.
  3. @Rob That would be wonderful. I'm glad you said that because I figured all the resistors and diodes should be fine. Send it to me! Much appreciated.
  4. Thanks everyone! Yes, I was thinking I would maybe have to replace a cap or two, but pleasantly surprised how well it worked. I am very comfortable with recapping myself, as I have worked on several guitar tube amps including replacing the output transformer and ALL the caps, and even built two somewhat complicated guitar pedals from scratch (as in plain vero board built all the way up), which were clones of the Wampler Paisley drive. I was going to place an order on Parts Express today for some other items, but now I may hold off if there is a recommended "replaceme
  5. Hello all! I found your site because I wanted to get owner's manuals, and saw lots of great stuff! Very recently I was in a donation-type Thrift Shop, and saw a Carver M-200T amp on the shelf. I was a bit dubious if it would work, since it was so ridiculously cheap, and the outside was a bit battered up, like someone used it for their garage / workshop amp. Original owner was obviously proud of it as they electro-engraved their name and SSN on the case top and back (very shaky job, as you remember back in the day). As you can imagine, I snatched it up immediately, used my disc
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