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All of our own articles and mods are things we have tried, someone we know has tried, or are recommended by people who work with this stuff for a living. Nevertheless, if you try any of these, you assume all responsibility for anything that happens, especially when working with tube-amps ! Whether the amp explodes, you get zapped, or the amp suddenly increases in value because everyone falls in love with it. The glory, the pain, whatever, they're all yours. If you can't live with that, don't mess with the stuff here ! And NEVER forget: Tube amplifiers contain potentially lethal, high voltages even after they are unplugged, that may cause personal injury or death. Do not attempt to repair, modify, or work on any amplifier unless you are absolutely certain you know what you are doing. To cut a long story short: no guarantees for anything