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Old 26th December 2019, 01:42 PM   #1
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Default How to bridge Simple SE for guitar head amp

Have a SSE on hand, built a few years ago.

Searched with no joy.

Keep in mind I'm a paint-by-number builder.
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There are several ways to do this, both PSE and P-P. I am currently in Florida chasing my grandkids around Disney world. I will be back Tuesday or Wednesday and can post the details.
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