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Manuals for old gear
« on: September 22, 2004, 09:27:26 pm »


I was wondering whether anybody has leads on resources for manuals for old gear--a lot of times these things are pretty hard to find online, and generally when buying old gear there are no manuals included.  Some of the sites I've found require a ridiculous monetary contribution that I would hope to forego.  Some of the equipment I've recently acquired includes: Korg Stage Echo, Yamaha T100----as both of these are in used condition, I was not able to secure a manual for either one.  Thank you in advance for your sage advice.

Yours truly, and, eternally,
Benedict Thorenson

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Re: Manuals for old gear
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2004, 11:30:49 pm »

Heres the yamie manual - 00E.pdf

Just under the 'Manual Library' section of the site.
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Re: Manuals for old gear
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2004, 12:41:08 am »

Good try but it's a T100  (Yamaha/Soldano 100 watt guitar amp head) not an MT1 (and Yamaha only seems to have pro audio, home a/v and electronic keyboard manuals online).  Then aagain, how much can an owner's manual really tell you about a pretty straight forward 100 watt tube head?

p.s To Benedict - the 'slave' output is a line level preamplified signal output, mainly appropriate for running into a straight power amp, not another guitar head.
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