Originally Posted by muchxs
The website thing: In a poor economy shoppers vastly outnumber paying customers. It isn't value-added for a small operation to dedicate a lot of time (and therefore expense) dealing with inquiries from people who want to talk about amps but who will likely never buy. It's a dis- service to paying customers to pass that expense on to paying customers.
I understand why he doesn't have the website anymore, but I was just commenting that it was nice when he had it to see what he does and what he has done. Without his website I wouldn't have heard of his amps, and I wouldn't have purchased one. Is he still making his amps? I thought when I talked to him he was trying to get out of his day job and just focus on amp making, but I'm not sure if that was him or someone else... Either way, his amps are some of the finest amps being made, and that's what actually counts.