Once again, don't
open this thing up unless you know how to discharge the filter caps. Don't
shock the crap out of yourself please!
Get an NOS 6K6 for the reverb driver, and a NOS 12AT7 and 12AX7 as well. This change will make a big difference right away.
2. Change capacitor C10 to a 500pf
This will let more low end through the
amp. Capacitor C10 is underneath one of the pots on the circuit board, I think it's
the mix pot. It's obvious when you open it up, it's right in front of you.
Changing this cap requires taking the circuit board out, which is a slight
pain. Alternatively, you might want to try the 390pf like GP suggests.
I like the 500pf better myself. When you get the cap, get it rated for
about 200 volts or higher just in case... I find that usually places carry
1kv ceramic discs in this value which is fine to use.
These reverb units are cool. If you have
an amp without reverb, you should try one before you try any digital unit.
I use mine in the effects loop of my Marshall and it still sounds good
in this unlikely combo!
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