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    Or buy a 66-J. They are cheap enough, and already have what you are looking to do to this amp.
    "Steve, you are a man of many goats."~ capnjuan

    "Alternatively, you could just go the ultra-relic route with it. Basically go for a look that says the amp was on fire and they put it out using belt sanders."
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    I think someone went in this thing in the past and hacked it up. Without schematics, it’s hard to tell what it’s supposed to look like unless you really know these amps. You’re probably right though, there aren’t many of these around and I shouldn’t tear this one apart. You have a few of these you’ve got going? I bought this because I want to play my ‘58 M-65 through it.
    1955 Masteramp
    1958 M-65 Freshman
    1967 Thunderbass
    1967 Thunder 1 RVT
    1968 Thunderbass
    1970 S-100

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    Actually, most of that looks pretty normal. Those big yellow cardboard caps might be a replacement part, but everything else looks stock to me.
    "Steve, you are a man of many goats."~ capnjuan

    "Alternatively, you could just go the ultra-relic route with it. Basically go for a look that says the amp was on fire and they put it out using belt sanders."
    (amps - I need a "99" & "50")

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