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Need info on building 2channel version of Outlaw 750
Need info on building 2channel version of Outlaw 750
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Old 11th December 2000, 06:27 PM   #1
MannyE is offline MannyE  United States
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I have an Outlaw 750 and I want to add two more channels of amplification. Does anyone know of a DIY kit that might approach the same sound of the Outlaw? How about getting the same components from whoever puts the Oulaw together for them? Anyone....anyone? Bueller?
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