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So...I'm installing a point to point board for a customer's Fender Bassman reissue. As I'm proceeding I spot a blatant error on the board. Kinda had to do a double take. That said, we all make mistakes although sometimes a second set of eyes is a good idea when selling product.
Now, who can spot it? 馃榿
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I could not make a guess on components or polarity, but is that horizontal jumper wire at the top insulated? It almost looks like it might be shorting the capacitor leads.
I should have indicated that I'm in the process of wiring so pay no attention to the ongoing assembly. The fault is on the board itself and came that way.
 

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I don't see anything out of place. It must be a resistor of wrong value somewhere?
He is just fuggin with us. There isn't anything wrong, other than the fact that I have now wasted an hour of my life looking at Bassman schematics to no avail.

On the plus side, i'll probably build one in my sleep tonight :)
 
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