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Here is my 53.
All original and near mint.
Sorry about the double post.
I have a 55 5e4a 2-10 tweed superI might be willing to sell.
It's the 6v6 version.
Speakers were replaced in the early seventies with cts.
Try the russian 6p3s-e.
It is a 5881.
Make sure it has the -e or it will be like a 6v6.
These are good sounding 5000 hour military tubes.
I use a vvr in my Tweedle Dee Deluxe builds.
It is a useful addition.
Simple and cheap.
I have a near mint 53 Tele.
I have never seen one in better condition, and I have seen a lot of them.
I don't play it every day but I do play it....
I have a couple of others that I built.
One I built into a Bell & Howell extension cabinet. I call it Bellows & Howls.
The other is a Tweedle Dee...
What he said!
And I currently have around 40 amps in my home office.
I need more space.
I built an Express.
There will always be a little hiss if you built it correctly.
Lead dress is extremely important.
1/4" of wire movement can...
look at the diy cnc machines at openbuilds.com
Much stronger, accurate and more capable than a wooden machine
I have a 51 Deluxe that looks like it was made yesterday. I love the way it sounds. I bought it along with my 53 Tele.
I have a 53 Deluxe that...
My 53 is 2 years older than me.
I guess that it will just have to do.
The book is well worth the money.
I bought the one with the matching serial number for my 53.
If you don't want loud, there are plans for a 4 watt plexi at watkins.com under the tone per buck forum.
They sound great.
Here is my all original 53.
It looks like it was made yesterday rather than 61 years ago.
If you are going to be using more than a few of these you should buy the tool.
They are available on Ebay for less than $10 shipped.
1953 Tele. I don't think it ever saw sunlight.
Never buy anything when you have a real bad Jones for it.
Never sell anything when you have a real bad Jones for something else.
Here's my fiddythree and a 1970.
From my avatar.
A few amps to play them through.
If the auction is real then it looks good to me.
I have a 53 that is in a little bit better condition.
I was offered 50k for it.
Did anyone go to the Arlington show?
How were blackguards priced?
Were they selling?
I found a 52 RI in a pawn shop that had a set of Bardens in it. The sounded good to me, but I figured I would remove them when I got home and...
I put a silver bulldog in my 64 DR when the original speaker blew.
It sounds great so I don't think it will get changed out.
It would be the 2-10 Super on the left.
This is the one designed to use 6v6s.
My picture is hanging on the Post Office wall.
Does that count?