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  1. I'm having the same issue on my 64 GA-5T. I can hear the frequency oscillation in the amplifier hum, but it doesn't come through on the actual guitar.
  2. Man, nobody has answered you since March. I guess this forum is pretty dead when it comes to amp discussions. My guess is one of those black capacitors has gone bad.
  3. Hello everyone. I just picked up a GA 5T. When I turn on the Tremolo, I can hear oscillations in the amp hum, and they speed up and slow down with the rotation of the Frequency knob. However, it doesn't actually do anything to the sound of the guitar. I pulled the back panel to take a quick look, and from what I can tell everything is original. I probably need to change the filter capacitor to reduce the hum a little, but any ideas how to troubleshoot the tremolo and why it would seem to cycle the background hum but not reach the guitar signal? Thanks in advance.
  4. No fancy pickin', but here's the latest incarnation of my band out on a Thursday night.
  5. My wife and I put this song together to enter the Tiny Desk Concert Contest on NPR. The audio is a mix of the digital recording made on board the Fender Passport Venue PA and the audio from the Sony NEX-6 camera.
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