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Dumble ODS...things that make you go hmmmm


 
11/7/1999 5:05 AM
Carl Z
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Dumble ODS...things that make you go hmmmm
I don't know why but this just up and hit me about an hour ago. Take a look at the pic below. It's the eyelet board from a Bassman 50 that I yanked out of one of my junk boxes. If you look closely you'll notice that the entire preamp including the skyliner eq section is here short of the grid stoppers. If you wanted to get marginally creative you could probably stuff half the deep/jazz switches in the extra space as well. Drill a few holes to mount the trimmer pots on a piece of board next to the bias and voila! It fits almost too perfectly. Like I said....things that make you go hmmmm!  
 
Guess what I'm doing tomorrow? :o)  
 
Here's the pic. I hope the html tag works. Sorry for the picture quality. I know it's not too hot.  
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If the pic didn't show up, here's the link....  
http://www.geocities.com/summitamps/ods.jpg  
 
Have a good weekend ya'all.  
Carl Z  
Summit Amps  
http://www.geocities.com/summitamps
 
11/7/1999 6:25 AM
Steve A.
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Carl:  
 
Here's a working drawing of my Bassman 50 being rebuilt as a Peavy Deuce (great little amp!):  
 
http://www.techaccessinc.com/blueguitar/l3988009.jpg  
 
Steve Ahola
 
 
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11/7/1999 6:53 AM
dave
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OH MY! THE COLORS!
 
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