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    Kustom K6320 PA head

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    I own a Kustom model K6320 PA head with a noisy reverb. I suspect a noisy transistor in that circuit. I have searched the internet for a schematic, and come up with nothing! Can any of you supply me with a schematic? Thanks.
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    I would start by calling the company and asking if they can provide it.

    https://www.kustom.com/contact-us

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    Get the board number and check here: https://music-electronics-forum.com/...ad.php?t=34637

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    I could be wrong, but I think this is latter day Kustom, the reborn company, not from the old tuck-n-roll days.

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    I guess only link between new and old Kustom is the logo ... and not much of that either.

    And modern one is not much American designed, they are "very korean", including car stereo and minicomponent style "graphic EQ in a single chip", Sanken/Sanyo power modules, KA**** ICs, etc.

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    They resurrected the Kustom name, product has nothing to do with the original stuff.

    WHen they came along, I signed on as a warranty station, but in the five years before renewal of status, I never got so much as a single customer from it. I guess they did not have strong sales in my area of the country. They hired James Brown away from Peavey to design some guitar amps, don't recall the results of that. He has moved on since then.

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    Thanks for your thoughts. I have owned and gigged with this amp for many years, and has served me very well. For my purposes, six channels has always been more than sufficient, and I like to simplicity if this PA head. Anyone in the band can walk up to it, and use it within a minute, so easy to use. I may just end up trying to fix the reverb without a schematic, using a can of freeze spray to pinpoint the faulty transistor......however, a schematic is something I have always had a desire to obtain for any future repairs.

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    Another thought....as you can see in the photo, I have cables plugged into the pre out / main in jacks. They go to an external digital reverb unit. So, for now I do have reverb, but I have never found a digital reverb unit that sounds right. The internal spring unit is far superior, in my opinion, so there is a strong desire to get that working again. A schematic, anyone???

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    Seriously, did you call Kustom and ask?

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