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  • Farfisa FR.40Published on 10/13/08 at 13:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    The amp is a FR.40 any lamp.
    The prampli is composed of:
    - 2 ECC83
    - 2 EF86

    The amplifier is composed of:
    - 2 EL34 (Puisance)
    - 1 ECC83 (pramp)
    - 1 EZ81 (Correct)
    - 1 ECL86 (Rverb)

    It is equipped with 2 HP 12 "4-ohm Jensen SERIES.

    - What is the power dlivre?

    The FR.40 dlivre 40 watts RMS.

    - What connection?

    The prampli has 3 inputs (with between high and low signal): Guitar, Accordone and Micro.
    The prampli also has an output tape.
    - What are the rglages the effects? ...

    The guitar has a between slecteur of Tone (treble, mid, bass).
    The between Accordone has 2 pots Bass and Treble
    The......
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    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    The amp is a FR.40 any lamp.
    The prampli is composed of:
    - 2 ECC83
    - 2 EF86

    The amplifier is composed of:
    - 2 EL34 (Puisance)
    - 1 ECC83 (pramp)
    - 1 EZ81 (Correct)
    - 1 ECL86 (Rverb)

    It is equipped with 2 HP 12 "4-ohm Jensen SERIES.

    - What is the power dlivre?

    The FR.40 dlivre 40 watts RMS.

    - What connection?

    The prampli has 3 inputs (with between high and low signal): Guitar, Accordone and Micro.
    The prampli also has an output tape.
    - What are the rglages the effects? ...

    The guitar has a between slecteur of Tone (treble, mid, bass).
    The between Accordone has 2 pots Bass and Treble
    The microphone input has a knob Tone

    The FR.40 also has a footswitch that activates the Reverb (Spring) and Trmolo.

    The prampli has a knob for rglage rate reverb and two pots for Trmolo (Speed ​​and Depth).

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple?

    Nothing more than a simple amp. One branch is turned up to 10 and ...

    - Gets it easy to sound good?

    I think aa t often said, but is fun to connect directly without effect and enjoy the warmth of the sound.

    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

    So, it is the bottom that hurts! The guy who made the grab, did not throw with the manual;)
    Suffice to say that I am looking for this prcieux document (manual and / or wiring Schematic)
    [edit]: I finally found the plan with Farfisa Italy (Thank you). It is available FREE by downloading my site: http://b.baldach.free.fr/.

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?

    I play pop rock and the sound suits me everything.

    - With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?

    I play mostly with a U.S. Standard Telecaster through a Mesa Boogie V-TWIN: that's really Boogies!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?

    It's been 10 years since this amp I saved the dump. That said, I use it in every day. T he manufactured in 1965.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    In the era I tried a 30 Classic.

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    Top Qualitprix if you are not press. The amp had no more tube. APRS 1 and 150 F for the tubes used, I rebooted.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    I just buy all the tubes in order to restore a youthful look (a little out of breath for some time).
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