Looks like it has 13 tubes???Originally posted by timv
Not mine but figured someone might want it. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl...ocusZbsQQsspagenameZhQ3ahQ3afitemQ3aUSQQfviZ1
I think most of the channel switchers use PCBs and your right, Guy has made several changes, and they were to improve the quality and tone which was rock solid to start with. The decisions to make the changes were not dollar driven they were a result of lessons learned and user input.You know their are a lot of expensive PCB amps out there. Bogner, Diezel, Elmwood, VHT come to mind.
Michael E, please explain your logic as to why this amp seems overpriced to you since it made with PCB'c and ribbon connectors because I don't get it. There are many amps with reliable histories (Mesa, Soldano etc...) that also sound just as good if not better then any point to point amps.Originally posted by michael.e
This price [$1,200 +] is the ballpark for the older GT's. The FV's are the ones that command the high dollars in the $2,200 + range. Amazing prices for amps that are PCB and Ribbon connectors. Can't knock the tone! M.E.