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I just noticed that Fender's 5F10 layout calls for a linear pot for volume and audio taper for tone. Did you use lin or log for your volume control?
The mics seems to be aimed at the middle, which supports the idea that it's a 6G10. The 5F10's speaker is offset to the left.
Just needs some Cool Whip.
If it started as a 6G10 Harvard it essentially is a Princeton already.
Try Farm Bureau.
I see two words that should never appear in the same sentence...
Yeah the market was a flooded with those plastic Maccaferris in the late 1980s.
That's pretty much the opposite of the goal stated in the OP.
Don't they have Roomba lawnmowers yet?
"Get your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ape!"
I'd look at something like Weber Ceramic California.
I've heard of it reaching from Manitoba to El Salvador at night.
Using a double pole switch for both hot and neutral is never a bad idea, even if it's not required.
Besides, standards only really apply if...
Yes, and KLAZ FM 98.5 played them too (Clifford moved there in 1973).
Clyde's real name was Dale Seidenschwarz, he was the RF tech who kept the...
Beatles "Tomorrow Never Knows"
Warhol was right...
What scares me is that this is from 1955, which means ol' Julius Henry Marx was about the same age as I am now.
Good to see that June still rocks.
Blankets and dollies?
I love words we've borrowed from Yiddish. For example, a schlemiel is an oaf, and a schlemazel is unlucky. The classic explanation is a...
Indeed. 50s Classic Lacquer is desirable, and discontinued, and not terribly commonplace. A good example will fetch a premium. Last time I saw...
Is it "persnickety" or "pernickety"?