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CoyotesGator

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Path to immortality,

means to an end,

sad devotion to a lost art?


Whatever roll it plays in the cosmos, I just love smell of a new build.


Twin Tweed, High Power.

Gonna be a slow build, quite unlike y'all have seen from me before as it isn't already built.

I do hope y'all will enjoy the journey as much as I.

Cheers!

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CoyotesGator

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Glide feet have to go.

I will replace them with big 1 1/4" rubbers.

So much easier on the floor and other cabs.
 

renderit

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All my amps get rubbers. I don't like metal down there.

Nice looking piece o wood there bruv!
 

J T

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Oh yeah nice.

Definitely need to keep us up to date as to what is going inside that one.

:)
 

CoyotesGator

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Thank you Gentlemen.

The speakers are here.

Weber Alnico CV123's.

I've been busy giving them an early workout.

The good news, they sound fantastic through a variety of circuits.

The bad news, I made the mistake of putting one in my 6G3 clone and it has found a permanent home there.

Now I have to buy another speaker. Oops.
 

CoyotesGator

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I haven’t forgotten y’all.

Parts are are slowly starting to trickle in.

I finished a different build last weekend.

I’ll start a thread on it.
 

clapciadrix

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Always wondered about these amps. Can’t wait for more of this journey. Thanks for the updates!
 
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