en JMP 1959 Super Lead 1971 with Rola blackback speaker cab

Updated on February 23, 2020 | 470 Views all
3 on February 11, 2020

took some pics at a friend’s place

cabinet

chassis

 

the circuit board

filter caps

 

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2 on February 14, 2020

정말 멋있네요

on February 23, 2020

스피커 더스트캡이 전부 글루건인지 실리콘으로 붙어있더라구. 스피커 네개 모두 뭔가 수리를 한것같아 

on February 23, 2020

뭐 큰 하자만 아니면 됐죠 뭐 ㅎ

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