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I was going to build next year anyway. Actually planned on this year but it turned to crap last spring so I held off, then lumber prices went through the roof. I had a nice Avion camper, I got cheap, kinda hooked to the old house I was going to tear down. It worked. Actually lost more on amps and guitars than then I had into the place.Damn that hurts.....but probably not when in put in perspective to the whole situation.
I'm gonna try this one with the wife......will report backi have bad insomnia and took a CBD gummy to see if that would help me sleep. Well apparently I bought a 5F1 kit from stew mac and I have no memory of it.
First off, I never would’ve bought this kit, and if I had done so while conscious , I would never buy it with a jensen 8” and tubes.
none the less, it was a fun couple of hours building it.
the JJs sound fine but I’ve already replace the 12AX7 with an old RCA From the stockpile. The speaker has to go....
made the NFB switchable.
and I like V1 cathode bypassed w4.7ufd.
You remove the kernel and that thing will never boot up again! Too bad that didn't get wedged up against the power tubes' cathode resistor -- popcorn!Here's something you don't find every day (stuck in the wax inside a Gibson BR-6.)
It must have been quite the hoe-down...
Nope, no vertical members in the corner. The corners are biscuit-joined and glued, and the bins are fairly light, so I think it'll be fine. If the shelves start to sag, I will wedge some supports in there, or put a plywood back on the short leg of the shelf.No vertical member in the back corner of the 'ell'?