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Old 21st March 2012, 05:44 PM   #1
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For Sale custom built SE 6EM7 amplifier. Built using Gary Kaufman designed battery bias front end with a capacitor coupled output. Edcor xse 5k output transformers and an allied power transformer. twin triad chokes and a 5V4 tube rectifier for the power supply. Custom bamboo chassis, heavy aluminum top plate, and brass front and back panels. This amp sounds incredible for a low power 2 Watt amp. Selling for what I have into it so I can build something different. Selling for $350 plus shipping from 99208. Local pickup available in Spokane Wa.
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