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    Dear Abby,

    I have never written to you before, but I really need your advice.

    I think my wife is cheating on me. I am a musician and travel sometimes. When I come home things are not like they used to be. It's very awkward. The usual signs, her cell phone rings and she steps outside or says call me later. When I ask her who called she gets evasive.

    Sometimes she goes out with "her friends" but comes home late... getting dropped off around the corner and walking the rest of the way home. I never see who brings her home. I once picked up the extension phone while she was on the phone. She got angry and accused me of all kinds of things.

    Anyway, I just did not have the courage to come right out and ask her if she was cheating on me.

    A buddy of mine plays guitar in a band. He told me that my wife and "some guy" show up at their gigs. He wanted to borrow my amp, that's when I got the idea to find out for myself. I said, "sure you can use my amp but I want to hide behind it and see if she comes in to the club ... and with whom". He agreed.

    Saturday night came. I slipped behind my Marshall JCM800 half stack to get a good view of the club. I could feel the heat coming off the back of the amp.
    It was at that moment, crouching down, when I noticed one of the power tubes was not glowing like the other three.

    Is this something I can fix myself or do I need to take it to a technician?

    "There's one way to find out if a man is honest-ask him. If he says 'yes,' you know he is a crook." Groucho Marx

  • #2
    Just get yer'self a matched quad of NOS Sovtek EL34's should do the trick.


    • #3
      My hubby has just laughed a wee bit too much at that for my liking Muppet .
      (and he is a sound engineer.....)
      Jo Birch
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