electronic parts sources

Discussion in 'Shock Brother's DIY Amps' started by muscmp, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. muscmp

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    hope this is the right place. guess i could post it in the amp section also.

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    Good list. I don't see tayda on there, they don't have some stuff like high voltage caps or high power resistors, but it's a great source for a lot of stuff, especially if you build pedals too.
     
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    Thank you very much muscmp!
     
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    This particular list was recently compiled by Robert Hull on the Facebook tube amp builder groups, credit where credit due please.
     
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    I can see my Amp parts bookmark list is going to grow. I use Antique electronic supply the most myself.
     
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    TubesandMore and Mouser have almost everything I need, but I've found that Hawk Electronics had an updated model of a particular Hammond PT before it was available from either of those. And their communication was really good -- I'll definitely go there again.
     
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    One place that I've sourced some hard to find caps, resistors, and switches is tedss.com.
    They have some strange minimum order by line item (each line item needs to be >=$10 I think), but otherwise they are okay.
     
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