?? Fisher Studio Standard ??

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  1. ha\/0k

    ha\/0k Resident Enginerd

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    Ok guys,

    My uncle recently moved and asked me if I wanted this... I told him sure! For some reason I cannot get it to work...

    Here's what I've got:

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    It's a Fisher Studio Standard, and apparently it was top of the line back in the day. Everything powers up, however I cannot get the amp to come out of 'stand-by' mode. I've flipped all the switches, wired / re-wired several times. I'm sure it's something stupid... Or it's broken... I know it's doing something, because the lights dim when I power it up :rofl:...

    Suggestions? Is it worth messing with in the first place?

    Thanks! :)
     
  2. JRock10

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    minus whale use it in the garage or something along those lines.....but i have no help for you.. :o
     
  3. Ronin

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    lol that thing is so old school

    id have to fiddle with it in person to really know
     
  4. ha\/0k

    ha\/0k Resident Enginerd

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    I bet it'd sound pretty good if I could get it going... I pulled off the cover on the amp a few weeks ago to look for blown fuses and find out why the thing is soooo heavy. Everything looked ok, but I'm no expert. There's a big chunky piece of metal with an interesting label:

    "WARNING: DO NOT TOUCH THE YODA"

    Hah... Oh well... I got a bunch of bar signs out of the deal too, so I guess it's win / win... :hsd:
     
  5. TFunkadelic

    TFunkadelic One Nation Under A Groove

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    probably a transformer.
     

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