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Jim at Lil Dawg is great and his amps are very reasonably priced. I have one of his early D-lux builds and it has been rock solid.
Too many variables that the customer has to chose from; what speaker, tranny's, cab covering...all changes the price hence no price until customer has chosen. Good kits I might add. Marsh amps is another kit or assembled amp business.I don't get that. Why don't they just post a price? I would understand different pricing for ordering in quantity but it seems like the one off price should be known.
That's not bad. 850 I think is a very nice price for such an amp. It's been my experience that it's tough to find cheaper for a new build. Of course if a privately built amp gets traded around a few times with each guy knocking a little off his purchase price to move a nice no-name amp, yeah you can find them for 600 bucks.But to buy a new one from the builder, it's hard to find them for below 800, I looked for a while.Do you guys consider $950 US a good sell price for a new, well built high quality 5E3 clone? Plug and play ready? Solid knotless pine finger joint cab. 12" WGS or Weber speaker. Classictone transformers. Modern JJ tubes. F&T caps.