Page 1 INSTRUCTON MANUAL...Page 2 Incredibly versatile single channel amp Congratulations on purchasing this incredible new 20‐watt EL‐84 Cathode Bias guitar amplifier designed by one of the most well 3 12ax7s known amp modders and designers in the LA Master volume and gain controls Music scene for the past 20 years, Dave Friedman. Full EQ consisting of Bass, Middle, Treble Dave Friedman has been designing and building Dave Friedman custom designed ultra guitar rigs for the stars since the early nineties. transparent series FX Loop. After many years of modding amplifiers and Custom transformers and capacitors. consulting for other well known amplifier companies, Dave has finally brought his talent to a PLUGGING IN new line of production amps under his name Friedman Amplification. We recommend starting the amp with the Bass on 10, the mids at around 6 or 7 and the treble at 5. Dave’s first production amplifier, the BE‐100, is Set the gain around 8 and then bring the master criticality acclaimed and one on the most in to taste. After plugging in, you will notice demand British high gain meets vintage amps on instantly, the tight bottom end and rich the market today. The Pink Taco is the little baby ...Page 3INSTRUCTIONS 4. Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions should be followed. Please keep this instruction manual for future 5. Water and Moisture – The amplifier should not reference and for the duration of owning this be used near water – for example, a bathtub, Friedman Amplifier. Please carefully read and washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, wet understand the instructions inside this user’s basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like. manual before attempting to operate your new 6. Carts and Stands – The amplifier should be used amp. This instruction manual includes essential only with a cart or stand that is recommended by safety information regarding the use and the manufacturer. maintenance of the amplifier. Take special care to An amplifier and cart combination should be heed all warning symbols and signs inside this moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and manual and those printed on the amplifier itself. uneven surfaces may cause the amplifier and cart combination to overturn. 7. Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The product should never be mounted to a wall or ceiling. WARNING! 8. Heat – Amplifier should be situated away from TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, EXPOSE THE AMPLIFIER TO WATER OR MOISTURE. stoves, or other amplifier (including amplifiers) DO NOT OPERATE NEAR ANY WATER SOURCE that produce heat. 9. Power Sources – This product should be operated only from the type of power source WHAT’S THE MEANING OF THIS? ...Page 414. Non‐use Periods – The power cord of the 21. Lightning – For added protection for this amplifier should be unplugged from the outlet product before a lightning storm, or when it is left when left unused for a long period of time. unattended and unused for long periods of time, 15. Object and Liquid Entry unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent – Care should be taken so that objects do not fall damage to the product due to lightning and and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure powerline surges. through openings. 22. Replacement Parts – When replacement parts 16. Damage Requiring Service are required, be sure the service technician has – The amplifier should be serviced by qualified used replacement parts specified by the service personnel when: manufacturer or have the same characteristics as A. The power‐supply cord or the plug has been the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may damaged; or result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled 23. Safety Check – Upon completion of any service into the amplifier; or or repairs to this product, ask the service C. The amplifier has been exposed to rain; or technician to perform safety checks to determine D. The amplifier does not appear to operate that the product is in proper operating condition. normally or exhibits a marked change in 24. FUSES – Always use the correct rating and type performance; or of fuse as indicated on the rear panel. Note the E. The amplifier has been dropped, or the proper rating fuse is determined by the AC line enclosure damaged. voltage in the country this unit is being operated. F. The amplifier needs tube replacement or ...Page 5POWER SWITCH: Turn this ON for about one minute before playing for maximum tube life. This is a lighted switch to provide a gentle reminder to let you know your amp is ON. BASS CONTROL : This adds or takes away bass or bottom end. As the amp gets louder you may want to back this off a bit. Start at 7‐10 for bedroom volumes. MIDDLE CONTROL : Adds or takes away midrange. Start at 5 or 6, lower settings will scoop the mids, higher levels will allow your audience to actually hear the guitar in the mix. TREBLE CONTROL: This adds or takes away treble. Start at 5 and adjust to taste. MASTER CONTROL : This is the PT20’s MASTER VOLUME. The more you turn it up the louder it gets. GAIN CONTROL: This adds gain/distortion. Adjust to taste. Don’t be afraid. INPUT: Just like it says. This is the Pink Taco’s Guitar Input Jack. This is where you insert your guitar cable if you want to hear the darn thing. RETURN JACK: This is where you plug the OUT of your Effect(s). Use a high quality shielded guitar cable. SEND JACK: This is where you plug the INPUT of your Effect(s). Use a high quality shielded guitar cable. 8 OHM SPEAKER OUT JACKS (2): Plug in ONE 8 ohm cab or TWO 16 ohm cabs here 16 OHM SPEAKER OUT JACK: Plug in ONE 16 ohm speaker cab here. HT FUSE: Only replace with 500 mA fuse. If this blows, don’t freak out too much. It’s most likely a bad power tube. We recommend you carry a few spare fuses and a spare set of tubes when gigging. MAIN FUSE: This fuse is in the compartment found below the AC receptacle. Replace with a 2 Amp slo blow fuse. This is also most likely the result of a bad tube. Constant blowing of this fuse (even when using new tubes) is an indication that something could be seriously wrong with your amp. STOP and call us so we may help you diagnose. MAINS INPUT: Plug the supplied IEC power cord here and into a 115v wall outlet to power the beast. ...Page 6 Defective products must be shipped, PROOF OF PURCHASE TO USE YOUR WARRANTY. This warranty does not cover service or parts to together with proof of purchase, freight repair damage caused by accident, neglect, abuse, pre‐paid and insured to the Authorized normal & wear, disaster, misuse, abuse, over‐ Friedman Service Center or directly to powering, negligence, inadequate packing or Friedman. If a product must be returned to Friedman shipping procedures and service, repair or any modifications to the product which have not been for warranty replacement/repair, a Return authorized or approved by Friedman in writing. Authorization Number must be obtained ANY MODIFICATION TO THE AMPLIFIER WILL from our Customer Service Department VOID YOUR WARRANTY. If this product is prior to shipping the product. Please contact Friedman Customer Service defective in materials or workmanship as warranted above, your sole remedy shall be repair Department for the Authorized Friedman or replacement by Friedman as provided below. Service Center nearest you. Products must be shipped in their original ...Page 7818‐505‐0391 – Monday – Friday 9AM‐4PM option of repairing or replacing the product at no (Pacific Standard Time) additional charge, except as set forth below. All replaced parts become a property of Thank you again for choosing Friedman and we Friedman. Products replaced or repaired look forward to a long relationship! under this warranty will be returned via ground shipping within the United States or Canada ‐ freight prepaid. Friedman is not responsible for costs associated with expedited shipping, either to Friedman or the return of the product to the customer. All warranty repairs outside the United States and Canada must be directed to the dealer or distributor from which you purchased the product. ...
IndustryRestaurantsGenreFast food restaurantFoundedMarch 21, 1962; 56 years ago (1962-03-21) Downey, CaliforniaFounderGlen BellHeadquarters1 Glen Bell Way, Irvine, California, U.S.Number of locations7,000 (2015)Key peopleGreg Creed(Yum! BrandsChairmanand CEO)Julie Felss Masino (Taco Bell CEO) ProductsTacosburritosTex-Mex cuisineRevenue$1.988 billion (2015)ParentYum! Brandsworldwide outside of ChinaYum Chinawithin ChinaWebsitewww.tacobell.comTaco Bell is an American chain of fast food restaurantsbased out of Irvine, Californiaand a subsidiaryof Yum! Brands, Inc.The restaurants serve a variety of Tex-Mexfoods that include tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, novelty and specialty items, and a variety of "value menu" items. As of 2018[update], Taco Bell serves more than 2 billion customers each year at 7,000 restaurants, more than 80 percent of which are owned and operated by independent franchiseesand licensees. Taco Bell was founded by Glen Bell, an entrepreneur who first opened a hot dog stand called Bell's Drive-In in San Bernardino, Californiain 1948. Bell watched long lines of customers at a Mexican restaurant called the Mitla Cafe, located across the street, which became famous among residents for its hard-shelled tacos. Bell attempted to reverse-engineer the recipe, and eventually the owners allowed him to see how the tacos were made. He took what he had learned and opened a new standunder the name of Taco-Tia in late 1951 or early 1952, which sold tacos. Eventually over the years, Bell owned and operated a number of El Taco restaurants in southern California. Bell would sell the El Tacos to his partner and built the first Taco Bell in Downeyin 1962. The first Taco Bell franchise opened in Torrancein 1964, and by 1967, the company rapidly expanded, opening its 100th restaurant in the same year. PepsiCo purchased Taco Bell in 1978, and later spun offits restaurants division as Tricon Global Restaurants, which later changed its name to Yum! Brands. Contents1 History1.1 PepsiCo subsidiary1.2 Yum! Brands subsidiary2 Menu and advertising2.1 Dollar Cravings2.2 Discontinued menu items3 Outside the United States3.1 Asia3.2 Europe3.3 Middle East3.4 North America3.5 Oceania3.6 South America3.7 Other countries4 Clothing line5 See also6 Notes7 External links
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Taco Bell History Taco Bell was founded by Glen Bell as a hot dog stand called Bell’s Drive-In in San Bernardino, California in 1946. Glen Bell was 23 at the time. He watched the long lines of steady customers at the Mexican restaurant across the street and thought he might change from hot dogs and hamburgers to Mexican food. Six years later, he sold the hot dog stand and started a new business selling tacos under the name Taco-Tia. Over the next few years, Bell owned and operated a number of restaurants, several of which sold tacos. Bell built the first Taco Bell in 1962. He sold his first franchise, to former police officer Kermit Becky, in Torrance, California, in 1964. The company grew explosively and opened its 100th restaurant in 1967.
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The mightiness — and the beauty — of Seattle’s new Little Neon Taco
Seattle Times food writerFirst of all, it’s officially “Little Neon Taco,” not “Li’l.” Chef/owner Monica Dimas feels just as dumb as the rest of us saying “li’l.” She says that the early appearance of that unfortunate contraction in the name of her new First Hill place — serving tacos made with handmade corn tortillas, fat tortas, superlative guacamole and more — was just a mistake. But what’s so little about Little Neon Taco? It’s bigger than the original Neon Taco — it’d be hard to be smaller, since the first one’s a walk-up window available for the aid of those inside the Broadway bar Nacho Borracho. It’s also larger than Dimas’ other spot, Tortas Condesa, another walk-up-only on the curve of Olive Way (big with the staggering-around late-night crowd). Or you may know her name — or just love her food — from her Sunset Fried Chicken Sandwiches, which is also on Capitol Hill, also inside someplace else (Rachel’s Ginger Beer), and also, by definition, little. Dimas says Little Neon Taco was supposed to be little — the original plans were shoebox-shaped. Then the space next door unexpectedly became available during the build-out. It’s lucky it did, because the resulting restaurant is absolutely lovely. But first…
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