but alike PCB-folding approach...
The wire jumpers do not like being unbent and re-bent too many times but are robust if bent once for final assembly and left in place. During repairs do not stress the wire jumpers too much because like any solid wire they will break if bent back and forth repeatedly.
Ah, so it was your bright idea JR! So tell me, what was your cunning plan for servicing in the field?
.... about how do you communicate to customers about the feature of repairable speaker drivers?
The Peavey power amps, especially CS series were famous for repairability ...
I've pondered an after-market remake PCB set for the Classic 30. You could do a few tweaks like the tone stack and coupling caps, screen resistors,
but you also have things you can't really fix like that heater arrangement. A different power transformer would enable some options, but that's alot more expensive than just swapping out the PCB.
I've pondered an after-market remake PCB set for the Classic 30.