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Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 01:53:06 -0600
To: Mic Kaczmarczik
From: Jim Finney
Subject: Kendrick Amplifiers
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At 11:12 AM 12/20/97 CST, you wrote:
>I bought a used Kendrick tweed reverb (#0041) a while ago, and I love
>it. I would like to know if you have any covers left. Also, would it
>be possible to buy a photocopies of any manuals or other information
>that came with the unit when purchased new?
>– Mic Kaczmarczik — Unix Services — UT Austin Academic Computing
Thanks for giving us a call. We do have the soft padded style case for your
reverb. The price is 95.00. I noticed that your Email address is with UT .
If your in Austin I would like to invite you to come out to the factory in
Pflugerville and take a look at the case.
This is the information that we sent out with the reverb when it was bought
1 Guitar input is number one.
2 Line level input is number two (for use with F/X loops , mixers, ect.)
3 Footswitch jack is under the chassis and requires ordinary shielded
guitar cord to connect the footswitch.
4 If unit is used with equipment that has three prong AC cord, a hum could
result from a ground loop. Use three prong to two prong adaptor on the
reverb or amp and hum will disappear.( unit will still be grounded through
shielding on signal output cable that will ultimately connect to amplifier
chassis through amplifier input jack.)
5 Output jack is connected to input of amplifier with shielded guitar cable.
6 A 6V6 will work in the 6K6 socket if needed
7 The 12AT7 socket will take a 12AX7
MIc I hope that this info. will answer your questions. Please give us a
call if we can help you in the future.
Jim Finney 512-990-5486>