#1
I recently perchased a used Fender Roc Pro 700 for 150 USD. Reverb tank is broken, i've taken a look inside, re-soldered some joints, and i believe there is a more underlying issue, like transformers?. I quite frankly don't care; for i don't use reverb effect.

but this reverb effect has to do with the effect loop chain, and what im thinking is, can i just by-pass the reverb effect? it's two RCA jacks, one in, one out, and can i just by-pass the effect by soldering the hot-hot and ground-ground on the RCA jacks?


please and thanks!
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#3
true, but i guess i'll go my way, it should work anyhow. stupid question. i know far more than this. i apologize UG
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#4
this post is for future people that search. RCA adapters do not work. i was right originally. power going into the reverb tank is different from that which comes out. it sounded like **** with just straight RCA to RCA. Don't do that. I'm just leaving it disconnected for now, except that means i can't use the effects loop right?
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#5
I have a Peavey Studio amp that's wired the same way. I have the reverb unplugged because it introduces a metric crap-load of noise and found that it cuts the effects loop as well.