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Old February 1st, 2012, 11:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
JBennett
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Eyelet board do-over on a '63 RI reverb unit

I know I started one thread, but I felt like I should document my build in this Burnt-fingers section.

I've orders some parts for my eyeletboard rewiring of my '63 RI Fender Reverb Unit.

I got a 12x24" piece of Formex

and I'm waiting for my eyelets to arrive. Then I'll layout, drill and rivet the boards (doghouse board, rectifier board, and main circuit board).

Here are a few shots of the Formex™© that arrived. Looks a lot like the stuff inside my old Tremolux. It's supposed to be an improved "fish paper". Feels sturdy enough to drill and flexible enough to squeeze into a chassis.









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