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Old 2nd May 2006, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default FS Gainclone Great Chassis, Potted toroidal, great sound

Cleaning house.

THis is a brianGT gainclone kit. It uses a great potted transformer and good connectors. I would say that the sound is supurb.

THe chassis is simply amazing. I sold 3 of these a year ago at $100 each. THe connectors and transformer cost at leats another $150, plus the cost of the kit.

I will let this one go for $220, free shipping to continental USA.

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Hi Phil,

Any picture of the back?

Also, what make, voltage, and power rating is the transformer, and do the GC boards have the standard parts or the premium parts (Caddock, Rikens, etc.) that were offered with some of the earlier kits?

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Sorry, Sold already. Premium, 160 VA, potted xformer
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