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are these amps perfect?
Are they going to please everyone with their specific wish lists?
Are they a different variation on previous...
the pro is almost exactly what i have been looking for.
Kind of a half twin.
the quilters have effective shaping controls. You may have to adjust
depending on the conditions.
If it's not loud enough, try the surf setting.
you do realize this site is about constantly acquiring more gear, right?
But yeah, its a good piece of kit. i have the original 101, but they...
After a long weekend going back and forth with all my amps, i have to admit; The Quilter is going to be my main amp. It gets close enough to my...
always wanted one of those.
pictured myself playing on the beach.
i don't think you have to even play that guitar, just stand there holding it and you will look cool.
thanks for the advice. I've just never thought much about tuners before, and just trying to make sense of the choices.
i have both tilt back headstocks and fender style necks either completed or in process.
I started with the necks.
i have several projects in the works.
3 +3 style.
Yes, the the things on the headstock that bring the strings up to pitch.
Sorry if i wasn't clear.
thanks for the help so far.
finally moving toward putting together some stringed instruments.
never thought much about the tuners, now kind of overwhelmed.
very nice work.
ill bet the custom necks were the most expensive part.
that reminds me of some of the epoxy finishes i have done.
very nice work!
Thanks for the info.
i was just looking at the schaller 3d because of the string spacing options.
Does it need a separate tailpiece? or is it...
what are you using for bridges, and what is the string spacing at the bridges?
thanks for all the help! They sound very hi fi almost full range-is
oops, i meant 1960's not 1950's.
And i noticed there was a goodmans speaker company in england in the 60's.
thanks for your help!
They have massive magnets and souls very full range.
I will say the amp build quality overall looks impressive.
looking for some help.
This is from a early/mid 50's hohner tube amp.
Built in germany, i believe.
Got the vibrato working. Sounds great and has a very wide speed range.
the reverb sounds good also.
I took the chassis out for a quick look....
ok, i'm back!
Mine is the Hohner orgaphon 45. Size and weight close to a twin.
They made other amps in the series like orgaphon 18, 25, 41,...
working right now. I'll be home in a few hours.