I've got a '68 Silverface Bassman that burned out a couple resistors last night. I was being an idiot, and running way too much gain into the amp (do you know how awesome that overdrive sounds, though?), and it shut off on me. After determining that it wasn't just a fuse, I opened it up and found the culprits: two resistors connecting each pin of the pilot light to ground. Since these resistors are all black and carbony now, I can't determine what value they're supposed to be. Can anyone out there tell me what the values are? Are these resistors going to be a pretty standard value, or will they be very specific to every amp? If it matters, the amp is supposedly modded to an AA864 circuit, according to the last owner. I can't say for sure exactly what was done to the circuit.... but I wouldn't guess that my two burned resistors would be all that different circuit to circuit. Anyhow, any input is greatly, greatly appreciated. I can also post/send pics if it'll help. Thanks!