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BY Bg
#839926
The cab and the chassis are now 'married'! shame on the weather else pics.
This is definitely the equal of the conway cab - its hard to improve on that one :)

I'm looking forward to giving it a test run but its not going to be today!
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BY k1w1
#839948
Bg wrote:The cab and the chassis are now 'married'! shame on the weather else pics.
This is definitely the equal of the conway cab - its hard to improve on that one :)

I'm looking forward to giving it a test run but its not going to be today!


From what you say Mikes work is outstanding, and your cab looks great. Now fire that baby up and let me know how it sounds, you are a way better player than me so your opinion is respected.
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BY Bg
#839951
k1w1 wrote:
Bg wrote:The cab and the chassis are now 'married'! shame on the weather else pics.
This is definitely the equal of the conway cab - its hard to improve on that one :)

I'm looking forward to giving it a test run but its not going to be today!


From what you say Mikes work is outstanding, and your cab looks great. Now fire that baby up and let me know how it sounds, you are a way better player than me so your opinion is respected.

Ha, I just need to test that speaker against my cannabis rex, and to make sure its working correctly etc ;)
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BY calling card
#840698
I'm thinking from now on I never go beyond 6V6 power section ever again.
My latest Bassman beast likely to be ushered off & parked beside the other weapons of rock. Still having fun with it though.
Reminds me of this neighbour further down the road who every so often fires up some big V8 thing. Lumpity lumpity Vrrooom! lights up the tyres, huge smoke cloud, pops the tyre...lumpity lump back home til next time.
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BY Molly
#840699
calling card wrote:I'm thinking from now on I never go beyond 6V6 power section ever again.
My latest Bassman beast likely to be ushered off & parked beside the other weapons of rock. Still having fun with it though.
Reminds me of this neighbour further down the road who every so often fires up some big V8 thing. Lumpity lumpity Vrrooom! lights up the tyres, huge smoke cloud, pops the tyre...lumpity lump back home til next time.


Oh, I dunno... That sounds like fun. :-)
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BY Mike Clayton
#843660
My Trinity TC15 is starting to look like an amp, hardware mounted to chassis, heaters & other pre-wire complete, VRM assembled/installed & turret board assembled & installed in chassis. I'm pretty excited with this amp - it has a Vox channel and a Matchless channel. The un-soldered turrets are where external wiring is to be installed. I'm gonna need a Celestion Blue, anyone got one for sale?

TC15 progress at 9-11-19.jpg
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BY Bg
#843746
Cdog wrote:Looking very clean Mike.



That is major OCD, thats what it is!
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BY Bg
#843759
Cdog wrote:Love a working on a decent turret layout like that. Eyelet boards are annoying


especially when they bend....
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