An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Yes guilty as charged! I have built a few, and sold some of them. So far, no complaints and the feedback from buyers has been good.
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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Tubaholic wrote: Tue May 28, 2024 2:42 pm
Delayman wrote: Tue May 28, 2024 1:27 pm I’m a happy owner of a Princeton type
circuit by Tubaholic. Very classy amp in sound and looks. ( Tubaholic, it’s Dave from Tauranga)
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See? Already you belong here.
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Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Yes, in Devonport. Feel free to email me: james.justjazz@gmail.com

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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Jay wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 10:50 am
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Do you read other people's responses?

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I do indeed !

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Tubaholic wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 11:20 pm
Jay wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 10:50 am
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Do you read other people's responses?

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I do indeed !


Jay was referring to Marshmallow’s post mate, not yours, and he was just taking the piss, totally for fun and all that…

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OK I get it, no worries.

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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Tubaholic wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 11:12 pm
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Yes, in Devonport. Feel free to email me: james.justjazz@gmail.com
Also, check out my website if you feel inclined: vintageradiorepair.nz.
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Tubaholic wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 11:39 pm
Tubaholic wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 11:12 pm
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Yes, in Devonport. Feel free to email me: james.justjazz@gmail.com
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Nice. Any sound clips?

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I havent worked out how to do sound clips, sorry.

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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Jay wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 10:50 am
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Do you read other people's responses?

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I didn't but I did now haha. I'm just in Albany. I pm'd you.

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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Marshmallow wrote: Fri Jun 07, 2024 6:36 am
Jay wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 10:50 am
Marshmallow wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 8:13 am Love your work man! Are you by any chance in auckland?
Do you read other people's responses?

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I didn't but I did now haha. I'm just in Albany. I pm'd you.
Haha

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Hey Thomas, you teach me about amps and I teach you how to read quotes in posts :wink:

You most likely pm'd the original poster.
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Re: An EL84 amp in a vintage radio cabinet

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Jay wrote: Fri Jun 07, 2024 7:59 am
Marshmallow wrote: Fri Jun 07, 2024 6:36 am
Jay wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 10:50 am

Do you read other people's responses?

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I didn't but I did now haha. I'm just in Albany. I pm'd you.
Haha

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Hey Thomas, you teach me about amps and I teach you how to read quotes in posts :wink:

You most likely pm'd the original poster.
Damnit I still don't read 🤣

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