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SKU: R-VOP1020
Item ID: 003858
List Price: $8.95
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Optocoupler. Vibrato LDR for Fender Amps. The below diagram indicates which is the optical side and which is the resistive side.

UPC/EAN: 609722147262

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Product Reviews

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4.89 out of 5 based on 9 reviews
5

Received vibrato LDR quickly and installed in a vintage 1965 Deluxe Reverb.Fixed non- working vibrato to new vibrato status.Excellent quality part and quick delivery makes for pleasant transaction.Recommend for repair of vintage amps with LDR vibrato, especially fender amps.AES comes thru with excellent marks!

B.B. - March 30th, 2016
5

Installed vibrato ldr and restored the fender amp to it's original vibratro performance. Easy fix with an excellent replacement part from you guys !!!!

dutch - September 14th, 2015
5

Perfect !
Restored my Vibrato / Tremolo in My Silverface Super reverb
Thanks

Christopher Cummings - September 6th, 2015
5

LDR works as advertised, installed in Vibroverb right out of package, and it put the great vibe back into Vibroverb

GT Audio - August 26th, 2015
4

Opto-coupler worked as expected and sounded right to me. Took off a star because I needed to trim some of the heat shrink to make it fit.

Mjk - February 18th, 2015
5

Worked great in my 71 Super Reverb. Recommend.

keithb7 - December 21st, 2014
5

Fine product from a fine company.

GT - December 5th, 2014
5

Unbelievable improvement in the tremolo of my 1970 Twin. And always great service & prices from AES!

David Frechette - October 20th, 2014
5

When repairing Fender vintage amp's vibrato circuit, this is the must item to be replaced. Replacing caps and resistors for oscillator circuits is just not enough to revibe it.

Yasuhiro Tokuda - July 22nd, 2014

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