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Discussion in 'DIY Amp Forum' started by Jimgchord, Apr 2, 2018.
Extra points for using a word from the custom car era. Bravo, sir!
Lol...I had to employ the Google on that one
Sound clips or it didnt happen.
Inspired by yours Jim, I'm gathering parts for an open chassis version. I like looking at tubes.
Wish I had an adequate way to do such things
I do such things with my phone. Its not the quality of sound, its the joy we will hear in your playing.
Right, make video on phone, upload to YouTube, embed video in a post.
Jim, have you found a source for panel labels that look decent? I'm going to have a black chassis, and would like white or gold lettering for volume, tone, etc.. No labels would be OK, but nice looking water slides or self adhesive would be great. I'll put a coat of polyurethane clear over them.
I've looked around some, and have found some reproduction labels for restoring specific radios and TVs, for example, but no generic ones yet.
I'd do the phone thing but this thing is on it's last leg, anything I record comes out like garbage and that'd be doing a disservice to the amp. I haven't found a source for labels, but I haven't looked real hard because the controls are pretty straightforward. I have been thinking about having a guy In town who has a laser burn me a sample front panel veneer just to see how it might come out
Where did you find the chassis box?
It's a hammond 2x6x10 aluminum