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Offline babygrit

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Help reconverting a chopped Wurlitzer 206A
« on: February 17, 2019, 01:43:13 PM »
Hi,
   I recently bought a 206A which has been chopped. I am attempting to place the Wurly on top of a Peavey 4x10 rolling cab. The wurly will not be fixed to the cab, making it ideal for studio use and portability. When I connect the two via cable, the output through the peavey cab is very low. I am inexperienced in ampage and would like to make this work. Any input is greatly appreciated. Thankss
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76’ Fender Rhodes MK1
72’ Wurlitzer 206A

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Re: Help reconverting a chopped Wurlitzer 206A
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2019, 01:46:25 PM »
https://imgur.com/gallery/ChnVHyW

Pictures of Franken-Wurly^^
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72’ Wurlitzer 206A

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Re: Help reconverting a chopped Wurlitzer 206A
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2019, 10:26:22 AM »
Is that output on your wurli set up as an aux out? If it is youd have much better luck if you plugged the signal from the wurli into an amp and then into the cabinet. If its a headphone jack it would send some (small) wattage to drive the phones (it should also kill the internal speakers when you plug into it), in theory the phones jack would drive an external speaker- but not very hard. Most folks use the aux out run to an amp/direct box/pa system.

Hope this helps!