Just fell off my chair!

Valvelust

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FLAGS FLAGS FLAGS...
That amp has "trouble" spelled all over it.

Very misleading advertisement. Guess he's hoping to come across that person that describes P.T. Barnum phrase.

With the cab, the speaker labels alone are a "Flag"
They just don't tear or get beat up by themselves.........
 
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There's no way those solder connections could really be 55+ years old and still look like that.

That amp is recently built. Neikeel pointed out many errors in it that I would not have known to catch, but the solder connections ALONE are simply too clean for an amp of that age.

Someone is going to get majorly ripped off if he buys it.
 

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The Piher resistors appear (to me) to be a mix of eras. Different colors and a mix of rounded and more square ends.

I'm also suspicious when all of the mustard caps happen to have been put in such a way that the date codes are not readable. A classic MG technique.
 


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