#1
Hey guys, you know how on a lot of amps when the power switch is on, an LED light will be on to signify that the amp is on?

Say the color of the light is red...what would I have to do to change the color of the light?
#3
Quote by blue_strat
Put a different bulb in.


LED's dont have bulbs.

All you have to do is get another LED, unsolder the one in there and solder the new one in.

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#5
A lot of amp pilot lights are bulbs and not leds
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#6
As said, just change the LED. No other components need changed.

My $.02 is to stay away from super-bright LEDs. They practically blind you every time you look in the amp's general direction...
#7
Quote by GeToChKn
A lot of amp pilot lights are bulbs and not leds

All of the (high end) Fender amps have bulbs with a red cover that you take off to replace the bulb.
#9
if its a led, find a led if same size, solder it in.
if its a bulb, get a diff colour cover.

imo red is fine, why change it, no-one will notice if either way.... i dont stare at my amp while i play...
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#12
Quote by ipunchcouches
does anyone know if its led or a bulb on the blackstar ht 5?


cant you tell just by looking at it?
#13
Looking at the HT-5 online, it looks like an LED to me.
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