I ordered a Blues junior kit from Fromel for my CS Two-Tone and it arrived today, so I decided to have a crack at it. My main goal was to replace the failing input jack and from there I would see how things went. The amp sounds good, so I wasn't too anxious to do a wholesale change of caps or resistors just yet. Having done minimal work on PTP eyelet boards , I was super paranoid about burning up the pads on the PCB, but once I got the old switch out and had clean pads, I felt better about it and wired up the new switch. After this success, I decided to reassemble the chassis and try it out and save the rest of the kit for another day. I was hungry and I learned that my work station was not really optimized to go onto the next part of the kit and I didn't want to push my luck. While I was dissembling the chassis for the switch repair, I did notice this resistor, apparently the original resistor blew out and was replaced with this one, soldered to the cut off legs of the old one. This seems like a slip-shod type of repair, next time I'm in there, should I replace it properly or is it OK? Also, what would cause a resistor to blow out like that with so much scorching around it? I'm kinda proud of myself for even seeing it and sort of knowing what had occurred There was a repair shop label on the transformer side of the chassis, so i knew I was probably going to find something.