#1
well ive got a few minutes...

anyways i need to know if it is a wise move to change the 33k resistor (parrelell to the inductor) in my gcb 95 crybaby to a 100k, like a clyde mccoy.

post quick please, i dont have that much time.
jackson dinky build!

do you live in a country?


pics dude or a vid of you trying to say 'bananaramapancake'
so it comes out brabrabrabwabwa

^about when i came home from the dentist and my face was numb from novacaine.
Last edited by suminorudder at Sep 17, 2006,
#3
sorry, i meant to add it was the one in line with the inductor, that you would change for a "vocal mod".

and im in a hurry cause where i am its twleve pm and im busy all day tomorrow until the night, when im recording some material, so i dont have another chance for it.
jackson dinky build!

do you live in a country?


pics dude or a vid of you trying to say 'bananaramapancake'
so it comes out brabrabrabwabwa

^about when i came home from the dentist and my face was numb from novacaine.
#5
cool thanks. i just wasnt sure if i would fry my 'baby. its from early eighties to, probably worth something....

thanks tho
jackson dinky build!

do you live in a country?


pics dude or a vid of you trying to say 'bananaramapancake'
so it comes out brabrabrabwabwa

^about when i came home from the dentist and my face was numb from novacaine.
#6
As long as you heat sink (clip the resistor you are unsoldering and the one you are soldering with a metal clip on its leads so that the heat doesnt fry the resistors). It doesnt usually fry them, but its a good precaution.