Seeburg 220, 222. Seeburg Q, AY, DS. Seeburg 1963 and later. Seeburg continued to step forward and possibly assumed that the new 33 rpm 7" record would win through.
Seeburg Jukebox TSA7 Amp Capacitor Recapping. 1968 Seeburg LS2 Gem Jukebox had a TSA7 Amplifier working fine with ORIGINAL Electrolytic Capacitors (lytic caps).
Game Manuals & Schematics. If you want the entire archive, it is available in CD format at the Online Store.. M = Manual, S = Schematics, L = Parts List P = Pinouts/wiring diagram, D = Dip switch settings
Jul 27, 2015 · The difference in Kay guitars was quite obvious by 1966. After Sidney Katz retired, the company was owned by the Seeburg Corporation. The Kay Company, which had merged with Valco, eventually dissolved and in 1969 their assets were sold off and acquired by W.M.I. (Weiss Musical Instruments). Now the guitars were made by Teisco.