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Got it today. Very well boxed. Will dig into circuit later tomorrow.
How good are these?
I'm sure the JJs are fine, but you could put 450V Panasonics with superior life and temperature ratings in there for a fraction of the cost.
Maybe not. The large electrolytics were discontinued by Panasonic a year or two ago. Unless you find some in someones stock they're history I'm afraid. It's too bad since they were terrific caps, I agree.
The snap-in types were discontinued, but the EE series radials are still very much available. I ordered some from Mouser last week. Also, some 500V radials have been introduced by Nichicon and United Chemi-con with 105C temp ratings and long-life specs.
I'm repairing amps all the time, I have constantly have to keep up with what products are available for this kind of work.
Your '66 Gibson Explorer Amp should be a tone monster, FenderLover, since previous owner had Tone Tubby Humbolt speaker installed. It's a Brown Soun hemp-reconed Jensen P-RI driver. Next best thing to having actual vintage Jensen speaker. Hemp cones demand quality amplification, because of their revelatory nature. Photos apparently indicate complicity. Enjoy to Ulti-Maxx FenderLover!!! 73s para Sactown
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