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The JJ Electronic 6V6S's can handle up to 500 plate volts. They sound great too.
I'm glad you are home with your wife. They are the best at taking care of us when we are ill. Godspeed to you and may your final days be filled...
He really does, it surprised me. I dig his new band, good stuff and lots of cool vintage gear like always.
Why did you post this thread in three places? One thread is sufficient.
Totally agree. He calls his audience "Troglodytes". Weird.
NOS is great if you can find them. The RCA 5Y3's are awesome. For new production I really like the JJ Electronic 5Y3.
What a career. RIP Lou.
Wow that sucks! I have a Classic Tone PT & OT in a Supro Thunderbolt build that I really like.
I'm not sure if this is telling or not... The last time I visited a GC it was because I was looking for an item they showed in stock online at my...
Very cool! Have fun with it.
Out of all of the cool places to live in the USA New Orleans would be at the bottom of my list next to Houston.
Basically, The Clash
Very cool, that's not an amp you see too often.
I don't own a Nash but I've played them and they are excellent.
1. Better looking instruments IMHO.
2. More experience than you, they do this for a living.
3. Known quality.
4. Doesn't rip off the Fender name.
Reese's PB Cups
I'd lose the Fender logo.
Very cool! The 12AY7 looks like a rebranded JJ Electronic.
One of my favorite albums...
The fixed bias on the F50 is very cold so you need a warmer grade of 6L6's for it to sound its best.
Current bid is at $401 but there's a few days left. Might close for a good deal or go up around typical selling price. First thing I'd do is take...
JTM45 and Bogner Helios 50