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  • Lost the voltage selector on my Superbass.



    Anyone know where to find 'em for cheap?

  • #2
    No. You'll have to get rid of the amp all together. Lucky for you I take broken amps.






















    http://cgi.ebay.com/MARSHALL-VINTAGE-IMPEDANCE-VOLTAGE-SELECTOR-PLUG-PLEXI-/120455137176?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1c0baf 8798

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    • #3
      http://www.marshallparts.com/categories/4/8/Marshall-Amp-Parts.htm

      I'd have my tech install a rotary type.
      I endorse Laura & Valve Queen tubes, you should too.Marshall, Gibson, Fender, Charvel/Jackson."I'm happy to pay my tech $40 bucks to take the Zap for me."One kick-butt deal with johnpace2 Dave Friedman of RACKSYSTEMS is a genius.After the Firebird X, i'm quite convinced Henry Juszkiewicz is crazy.Member of the JMP Hall of Fame.

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      • #4
        Use a piece of wire?
        Don't touch it when the amp's on though!
        Have a listen and like my rock/stoner/thrash band Longhorn on Facebook

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        • #5
          Yeah I'd get it replaced with a rotary if you've lost it. I still have the plug style impedance selector on mine even though its probably one of the most ill thought out things marshall have ever done
          DCC Engineering. Custom Cabs and Effects.






          Originally Posted by -Assy-


          Okay I summed up this entire thread in three posts. Let's go home and beat our children.

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          • #6
            Back in the day i lost the plugs to my JMP's almost evry gig i went to.
            I endorse Laura & Valve Queen tubes, you should too.Marshall, Gibson, Fender, Charvel/Jackson."I'm happy to pay my tech $40 bucks to take the Zap for me."One kick-butt deal with johnpace2 Dave Friedman of RACKSYSTEMS is a genius.After the Firebird X, i'm quite convinced Henry Juszkiewicz is crazy.Member of the JMP Hall of Fame.

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            • #7
              Back in the day i lost the plugs to my JMP's almost evry gig i went to.


              This. Man those old plugs are a pain in the ass. A tech can install a 3 way switch or just wire up separate speaker jacks for next to nothing. My other guitar player lost his at a gig and we got by with a piece of romex as a jumper.
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              1971 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop
              1995 Gibson Les Paul Classic
              2010 Fender American Tele
              2011 Fender Am. Std Strat
              1984 Marshall JCM 800 2203
              1974 Marshall JMP Superlead
              Orange Rockerverb 100 MK II
              Peavey JSX
              Peavey XXX
              Line 6 Spider IV 75 (2) for the cover band
              Orange cabs
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              • #8
                Have your tech hardwire it to 115 (just a jumper that solders to 2 points
                on the selector's back. Wouldn't hurt to put a small piece O' tape w/"Hardwired to 115" over the selector on back.

                Wouldn't hurt to do it to the impedance selector either.
                Originally Posted by GarysBlues


                Fact is he passed away many years ago.
                But he's a Living Legend for sure.









                Originally Posted by Stubacca


                This kid is seriously and idiot!

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