Volume), Bassman 60 (Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble) And Similar Amps. versions (2000-present) of Deluxe Reverb, Princeton Reverb, Pro Reverb, Super Reverb and Twin Reverb.
Also found in various versions of the Blues Deville, Blues Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Hot Rod Deluxe.
See the P-V1MA-MV for silverface master volume replacement. For hand-wired American made amplifiers such as vintage Fender and others. For a downloadable pot cross-reference for Fender brownface models, click here. Replacement for the tone control with AC switch on the 5B2 Princeton, 5C2 Princeton, and 5D2 Princeton.
Available in A10K (Middle), C50K (Vibrato Intensity), B100K (Reverb Level), A250K (Bass or Treble), and A1M (Volume) rotation. For a downloadable pot cross-reference for Fender brownface models, click here. For a downloadable pot cross-reference for Fender tweed models, click here.
Orville by Gibson, Orville, and Greco were all mainly produced by Fugi-gen Gakki, although Terada was involved in the later Ob G's also Orville by Gibson were the Japanese manufactured Gibson Les Paul, fully approved and authorised by Gibson USA.
The Japanese made guitar was actually a closer copy of the 1959 LP than the Gibson USA guitar being produced at that time.
Peavey is a registered trademark of Peavey Electronics Corporation.
The distinctive headstock designs and the distinctive body designs of the Stratocaster, Telecaster, J. Bass and Tele Bass are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Co.The rarest are the EGF-1200, the highest normal production model, and the ''built to order'' EGF-1800, which has a solid flametop, both of these models feature the fabled 'DRY Z' pickups, made by Maxxon, and are amongst the best regarded of all LP replicas.There was also supposedly a highly quilted EGF-2500 but it has never been documented accurately. The EG59-100 and EG58-120 have laminate flametops, DRY-1982 pickups and 50's style necks, some of the EG58-120's also have fret binding and are very similar to the EGF-1200 Super Real, but with slightly slimmer profile necks, again the highest production model was the EG60-180 with a solid flametop, like the previous EGF-1800's.Original Fender 10K linear, screw, bias potentiometer. HUM BALANCE CONTROL - 100 OHMS Used on Fender amps starting in the mid 1970s for hum balance adjustment with a screwdriver from the rear panel. Original Fender part number 0028421000 (or 028421).Used in vintage blackface and silverface models, as well as the reissued Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb models. Used In Princeton 65, 65 DSP, and 650 (Normal Volume), Princeton 112 & 112 Plus (Clean Treble & Bass), KXR 60 (2 Volumes), KXR100 (3 Volumes) Frontman 15G & 25R (Normal Volume), Champion 30 & 30 DSP (Volume) Bullet Reverb (Volume) And Similar Amps. Used In Acoustasonic Junior DSP (Channel 2 Gain), Princeton 65, 65 DSP, and 650 (Normal Treble), Princeton 112 & 112 Plus (Both Volumes), Bassman 25 (Volume, Aux Level) And Similar Amps. Used In Princeton 65 (Drive and Drive Ch-Treble) Princeton 112 and 112 Plus (Gain and Drive Ch-Treble), Frontman 15G and 25R (Gain, Drive Volume and Drive Ch-Treble), Champion 30 and 30 DSP (Gain, Drive Volume and Treble) Bullet Reverb (Gain, Drive Volume and Treble) Princeton 65 DSP and 650 (Drive and Drive Ch-Treble) And Similar Amps. Used In Acoustasonic Junior (Chorus Rate and Depth), Acoustasonic 30 (Chorus), Princeton 65 and Princeton 650 (Drive Ch.
Most Ob G flametops are usually quite understated, and any Ob G with a highly flamed or quilted top (the LPQ models) are unusual, and normally veneer. F type pickups, (which are very nice) they are finished in poly not nitro, some Orvilles were issued with Photo-flametops, and K serial numbers were in a different factory to Fuji-gen.