|Ashton||7/15/98 4:36 pm||11||0|
|The Japaneese service manual read "Tranceformer"|
|Jim Britton||7/13/98 3:13 pm||17||0|
|My friend really liked the sound of his "DeMaggio" pickups played through his new "geographic equalizer".|
|eric torg||7/12/98 8:01 am||48||0|
|Have you ever read the label on the "Folded Line"reverberation device (spring reverb unit)? this one came out of a Yamaha or Centaur,It reads;"Manufactured by beautiful girls in Milton,Wis. under controlled atmosphere conditions."|
|Bill||7/10/98 2:22 am||19||0|
|The service manual for the Yamaha CLP-123 comes complete with a "Parts Rist". The Yamaha BK-6 service manual has a schematic of the "modurator" circuit. Talk about translation!|
|Joe Munsinger||7/9/98 11:50 pm||29||0|
|My friend has a Firstman amplifier. It has four separate inputs: Normal, Hard, Reverb, and "Tremoro"
Where could this amp have been built?
|Dave Harris||7/9/98 10:14 am||12||0|
|I was in fits of laughter when a friend told me he had made a speaker cabinet using epileptical speakers, but I should really keep quiet as I once thought ICs were made out of silicone.|
|Charles||7/8/98 7:47 am||28||0|
|"..the vibrato continuously comes on by itself intermittantly and just keeps doing it over again"|