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    1/8" trs?  ts?</p>

    it's supposed to be an input...  could i plug my guitar in with a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter?  (or would i need a more powerful signal?) </p>

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    Re: phono jack in m100...

    Actually you need a 1/4 to RCA plug adaptor. Your guitar is probably too weak and you'd need a preamp but go ahead and try it. Won't hurt anything.
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      Re: phono jack in m100...

      oh...  looks kinda funny for rca, doesn't it?  (or is there something wrong with mine?)

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        Re: phono jack in m100...

        There should be a little plug over the RCA input that you can pop off to access it. I had the same thought. It's nice because underneaththe plug, the input is protected from the forty or so years worth of grime that coat the rest of the amp.
        1955 M3 (in good hands!)
        1962 A100
        1942 BC
        too many other keyboards...

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