Well, I have a 228 here that I use for parts. I don't know what might
be left on it. I'm not exactly sure which rollers you are referring to.
I always thought the transport design was basically the same from
model to model. Maybe I'm wrong.
As far as the plug. I have been searching for years for a source of
Jones plugs in that configuration. A good friend of mine simply
soldered a couple leads on an RCA jack and stuck that into the output.
It works for him. If you do find a source, though, let us know. I've
got a Webster amp we'd like to use as a guitar amp. I'd like keep it
original and make adapter cables rather than modify it.
Angie Dickinson Mickle
Jerry McBride wrote:
> We have a Webster 80 wire recorder that is in good shape, but needs some
> light refurbishing. The two rubber pinch rollers right by the record and
> playback heads need to be replaced because they are too hard and dried
> out. Does anyone know where these can be acquired?
> Also it is missing the microphone and the line out, both of which have
> special plugs. We'll probably improvise the line-out plug, but if anyone
> knows a source for that, it would be helpful. Thanks.
> Jerry McBride, Head Librarian (650) 725-1146
> Music Library & Archive of Recorded Sound (650) 725-1145 (fax)
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