Are your probe leads plugged into the multi meter at both the COM and ohm setting port? I.e., not set up to read voltage?
I have a Fluke meter that doesn’t require me to select the expected resistance level, but I’d think you’d want to be on the “200 ohms” setting.
I got a (used) LS100G3 earlier this year and it’s unbelievably good. Bill is awesome.
I also have a story similar to yours back when Mike Soldano was retiring. He had one last HR50+ transformer and an HR100+ chassis. So I have a Mike-built 50 in a 100 chassis with DC heaters and some other...
@j_el_jee , thanks. Great work and great ideas.
Question: regarding your idea to remove the plywood strips with an oscillating tool: Do you think my baffle is screwed into those strips? In other words, I was thinking that I cannot remove them because they hold in the baffle.
@j_el_jee , can you explain a little more the steps you took to convert your Mesa metal-grill cab to a cloth-grill cab?
Here’s my front-loaded Carvin 4x12 slant. I believe the strips of plywood covered with felt strips are permanently installed. How would/could you convert this to grill cloth?
That cab with that head will be fine. Go rock out!
If your head has an impedance selector on the back (and if you are only using it with that single 212 cab), select 8 ohms. If it does not have an impedance selector, don’t worry about it, as 8 ohms is fine.