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If I offer $1400 is that a low ball offer? I dont have that much more to spend...
Hi, I'm new to the forum but have been lurking around for months. I have been GASing for a 57 AVRI and found this one...
1986 '57 AVRI...
I have an 89 or 90 tele plus deluxe and it has Made in U.S.A.
Here is another 1990 I found online
I would say it had the decal...
I emailed him from ebay expressing the concerns about this guitar and this was his response.
So I guess I'm wrong...
I reported it as well.. it is a fake...
A California should look like this but with vintage tuners...
Here is my 86 AVRI '57
Looks like a AVRI 62 Reissue to me... Not a CS.
Yeah here is what it would look like with the white pickguard..
What do you think about this pickguard? Should I put a black or white one on it or leave it alone? I'm trying to sell it.
does it make a scraping sound when you press it? If it does its gone.
When you find out let us know...
Right... Normal speaker ohms are 4, 8, and 16. I think the frontman 65r is 8.
It should not have resistance or make any noise... The only other way it to ohm it out with a multimeter. I bet it reads 0 ohms it should be 8...
If you push on the speaker does it feel gritty in the cone area? Do you have another speaker of the same ohms too try out in the amp?
DUDE... that looks SWEET!
Don't hook a guitar up to it. Just turn it on.
With the speaker disconnected from the amp does it still make a loud buzzing noise when its on? If so its the audio transformer. The speaker can...
A voltage drop going from 240vac (UK) to 120vac (US) should not make the transformer hot or speaker act that way. I doubt it would be a the...
If you have a multimeter ohm out the speaker to see if it is shorted.
The coil maybe shorted in the speaker... Or the output transformer is shorted.
It looks like my 94 MIM Squier Series Strat. [IMG]
Nice Guitar! Congrats!!!!
That makes two of us.... :grin: