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Old 17th August 2014, 12:37 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by BillEpstein View Post
Put them out where they can be appreciated for their place in the history of Radio.
Very nice woodwork...
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Old 17th August 2014, 10:01 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by BillEpstein View Post
Put them out where they can be appreciated for their place in the history of Radio.
Nice looking amp you got there Bill

I may build a second and reverse the board or simply wire to wire my own layout, so I can build a more "traditional" looking tube amp. First cut I just want to get it to work.

I'm a newbie re 2A3 and 45 tubes, so I'd like to hear what the brouhaha is all about.
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The amp shown is not the Tubelab SE but rather a Simple SE I built under the tutelage of Steve Brown long before I heard of George Anderson.

My Tubelab Simple SE withg Gold Lion KT-88s is built in the traditional Hammond box and sounds a lot better than it looks.

I have to say thoughs, that the 45 amp does also; get past the fancy antique radio-type chassis I built and it's dual mono from the power transformer with all Magnequest iron. Yowzah!
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