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#1
Does anyone know if they made a cover for the Fender Rhodes amplifier speaker (80 watt Peterson) that would accommodate
the piano support brackets attached to the speaker cabinet
#2
The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Speaker cover
June 16, 2022, 03:06:22 PM
Does anyone know if they made a cover for the Fender Rhodes amplifier speaker (80 watt Peterson)
#3
Just a quick update I received and installed the silicon TO-3 style transistors from Vintage Vibe in the Peterson amplifiers and they work quite well. Does anyone know what the actual model number of these transistors are it appears their model number has been removed from VV. By the way these amplifiers only put out 40 watts each and combines they equal 80 watts I suppose.
#4
Here's an update to my original question I discovered the low end of the volume pot had a cold solder joint and after re-soldering that connection the audio output now goes to "0".
#5
Hello, I recently picked up a Rhodes 73 (circa 1975) that has been in storage probably 25 years. I have gone through and recapped the preamp and installed new vibrato lamps. I noticed I still get sound out of  the piano on both channels when the volume control is at "0" and I was wondering this is normal and what the reasoning might be.


Thanks
Tom
#6
Hello, This is Tom in Alaska and I am new to the forum. I recently picked up a Rhodes 73 piano (circa 1975) and powered speaker. The speaker has a pair of 80w Peterson amplifiers and as typical one of the amps has a blown set of finals. I have ordered the silicon replacement kit from Vintage Vibe but was wondering if anyone has experimented with using NTE121's.


thanks
-Tom