#1
So I am having a new cab built for my new purchase, a blues deville, and I have to remove the chassis to send it to the cab maker, but I just want to make sure that I am doing this correctly, and safely.

I understand that I have to unscrew it in order to take it out, but then what, do I just pull? Also I have been hearing a lot about the electrical charge that it holds even after it is unplugged... what should I do about this?

Any suggestions would really help not only my amp's well being, but also my not being electrocuted
Thanks
#2
why the hell do you need to give him the chassis? Is he making a cab or turning it into a combo?
#3
Quote by guitarcam123
why the hell do you need to give him the chassis? Is he making a cab or turning it into a combo?


He is making a new combo cab for it, I should have been more specific. I would keep it in the combo cab it came in, but that cab is in terrible shape, and I feel like the bottom is going to fall out any minute.
#4
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http://www.diyguitarist.com/Images/BD_Chassis1.jpg

1 - Remove rear panel
2 - Remove the tubes
3 - Disconnect the speakers
4 - Keep your hands out of the guts.
5 - Remove the screws holding the chassis in place
6 - ?????????
7 - Profit!!!
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