So a pot stamped is a CTS pot made in the 33rd week of Note that this does not mean a Muff with a pot was actually made in , it just means it was not made much earlier than The Muff could have been made months or even years after the pots were purchased as it is known that Electro-Harmonix bought the pots in bulk, as did Fender, and other companies at the time. Stackpole and CTS made the pots in large runs also, so they may have shipped pots dated earlier than the year Electro-Harmonix ordered them. This just gives you a ball-park age for the Muff. Some Triangle Muff pot codes are dated , two years earlier than the founding of Electro-Harmonix! Information about coding of potentiometer is obtained i. Antique Vintage Guitars Info.
Identifying old CTS speaker
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CTS Speakers? When I play through my amp and cabinet, I hear a "ringing" sound coming from amp head and the speakers; what is this? This might be caused by a microphonic tube. As tubes age, their internal components loosen a bit and can rattle.
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May 18, 1. May 22, austin,tx. It's an 8ohm, 15" square magnet with the following numbers. Can't find anything on the 15G54B though.