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Chrome covers, mid-‘65 and later. As mentioned they’ve been in soldered already.
I would not pay a pre-T price for that and assume it’s t-top.
just noticed the slot screws on the bottom. Very likely later pickups. Pass if you’re looking for pre t.
Hopefully new tubes will solve it, but after that it’s time for a tech if not. Might be some of the grounding has come loose or corroded.
Do you know if it’s been messed with? Sometimes well-intentioned mods go awry.
I’m not sure what those holes hook up to, you’ll need a meter to see if the holes connect to the middle and outer of your volume pot.
if so you would put your resistor/cap combo across those. Or you could just try and see then remove if it’s not.
I really like the blue sozo’s
man after 20 years of working on amps I now lean more toward replacing coupling caps, if they have any leakage at all, the amp will not sound its best. Any leakage to the grid of the next stage throws that bias off and typically you get sort of a slightly fuzzy...