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  • Lowering the volume of my HR-40



    Hi Folks, </p>

    Anyone know if I can install an inline volume pot at the G-G wires that run from my CV's preamp to the HR-40 tone cab input? If so, what type/resistance values should I look for?</p>

    I'd like a secondary volume control other than the pedal so I can balance levels between my existing line-out (to a Motion Sound amp) and my HR-40 tone cab.</p>

    Thanks
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    - Randy Kirk
    </p>
    Hammond SK-1 and A-100
    PR-40 Tone Cab
    Hammond Sounder III and J-412 (cheesy transistor madness)
    Leslie 122 and 330
    Yamaha C5 (big pianuh)
    Yamaha CP50
    '79 Rhodes Mark II
    Wurlitzer EP200a

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    Re: Lowering the volume of my HR-40

    That'll work. Try a double gang audio taper 10K.
    Hammonds: A; AB; B3; D; E; 6-M3's; 2-A100; T582C.
    Leslies: 3-31H; 21H, 22H, 4-44W; 46W; 25; 47; 45; 125; 50C; 51; 55C; 2-120; 122; 122A; 145; 147; 245; 770; 825; 2-102; 2-103; 300.
    Wicks 2/5 pipe organ; Yamaha upright; Kurzweil Micro Piano & Micro B with M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha DGX520; Wurlitzer 4100 (it came with a Leslie!). Peavey KB100 keyboard amp. Peavey Bass Guitar. Yes, I have A. D. (acquisition disorder) and don't want it cured.

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