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Old 8th November 2004, 12:35 AM   #1
mourip is offline mourip  United States
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Hi,

I have a leftover gainclone kit plus some extra parts after building one of Bian's non-inverting LM3875 kits. Basically it is two sets of stereo boards plus parts for one of the "basic kits. I would like $35 and will include shipping in CONUS. Email me at paul dot mouritsen @ verizon dot net. I have always been a tube guy but I have been listening to this constantly since building it. It is a great sounding amp.

The kit is capacitors, resistors, chips and boards. You will still need case, wire, connectors, tranny etc.

Best,

Paul
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Old 8th November 2004, 06:52 PM   #2
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I have sold the kit parts.

I highly recommend Brian's kit to those looking for good sound on a budget...
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