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Cool :rock:
I hope you like the change.
Try it out before you put the amp back in the head shell.
If it doesn't work for you, then 2 minutes to put it back and it's all good 👍
And make sure you get those channel volumes up and control the amp with the master vol's.
 
Cool :rock:
I hope you like the change.
Try it out before you put the amp back in the head shell.
If it doesn't work for you, then 2 minutes to put it back and it's all good 👍
And make sure you get those channel volumes up and control the amp with the master vol's.

I should add to this thread that I did do the mod and it's killer!
However, I much prefer the Channel Volumes to be lower to add less output saturation to my sound, and then crank up the Master Volume for full thump.
I use a Boost and Gate before the preamp and another Gate in the FX Loop - this way at crazy stage volume there's no feedback/squealing.
Love this VH4S now!
 
I moved the NFB connection on my 2018 VH4 from the 8 ohm jack to the 4 ohm jack. Not a huge change, but it opens the amp up a little bit and I prefer the tone.
With that one little change, I now feel like the amp is "perfect" for me.

Edit: a few guys have PM'd me about this, so here's rundown.

The pic shows the output jacks and output transformer of my VH4.
The white wire on the output jacks is the negative feedback wire. The orange wires are the leads from the output transformer.
Originally, the white wire was connected to the 8 ohm (middle ) set of jacks along with the middle orange output transformer lead.
Simply un-solder the white wire from the 8 ohm jacks and solder it to the 4 ohm jacks as I have in the picture.
That's it!!
If you don't like it, put it back. It takes 30 seconds.
Hey man, do you have the vh4, still?
 
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