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Vacuum Tube - 6SN7, JJ Electronics

8-6L6 Stereo Amplifier
Uploaded on May 29th, 2020
Customer description: "8-6L6 Stereo Amplifier"

Capacitor - Audiophiler, 400V, MKP Metallized Polypropylene

crossover cap replacement
Uploaded on May 26th, 2020
Customer description: "crossover cap replacement"

Potentiometer - CTS, Audio, Splined Nylon Shaft

Installed in 1960 Trav-ler phonograph amplifier.
Uploaded on May 17th, 2020
Customer description: "Installed in 1960 Trav-ler phonograph amplifier."

Vacuum Tube - KT88, JJ Electronics

My Dynakit Mark III getting new J/J KT88s and a general check over.
Uploaded on May 15th, 2020
Customer description: "My Dynakit Mark III getting new J/J KT88s and a general check over."

Piping - Silver Tinsel

Looks great even ordered some more for the next project!!
Uploaded on May 13th, 2020
Customer description: "Looks great even ordered some more for the next project!! "

Transformer - Hammond, Guitar Amplifier, replacement for Fender, 120 V

My “low power” High Power Tweed Twin with 4x 6V6 output tubes.
Uploaded on May 12th, 2020
Customer description: "My “low power” High Power Tweed Twin with 4x 6V6 output tubes."

Transformer - Output, 8 W

AES P-291 Replacement on Truetone D-1144 console 15" Speaker
Uploaded on May 08th, 2020
Customer description: "AES P-291 Replacement on Truetone D-1144 console 15" Speaker"

Vacuum Tube - 12AT7 / ECC81, Electro-Harmonix

Used w/ 6SN7 in mu-follower driver
Uploaded on May 07th, 2020
Customer description: "Used w/ 6SN7 in mu-follower driver"

Vacuum Tube - EL34, Mullard Reissue

8 per channel in class-A triode
Uploaded on May 07th, 2020
Customer description: "8 per channel in class-A triode"

Spaghetti - Old-Style, White, 20 AWG

I use this to shield the less on my vintage capacitors!
Uploaded on May 06th, 2020
Customer description: "I use this to shield the less on my vintage capacitors!"

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