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Old 20th May 2003, 11:31 PM   #1
Jack Thomas is offline Jack Thomas  United States
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I have an ST-70 for sale, with good xfmrs that has been rebuilt using 6922's for input. I've troubleshooted(shot?) for so long I've given up. Included are six(Two New) EL-34's, one rectifier tube(New), and four 6922's(New). I will ship anywhere in the USA. Make an offer! Troubleshooters and the merely curious are welcome to respond.
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Old 21st May 2003, 03:15 AM   #2
stokessd is offline stokessd  United States
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I've got some experience with that amp, although not with your front end. I'll be glad to try to troubleshoot by remote control if you have any shred of desire to have it working and keep it...

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