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small tube amp kit info, please.


 
6/5/1999 7:38 PM
John C.
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small tube amp kit info, please.
Hello:  
As I can't find any amp that fits my budget and preferences (where I live), I would like to ask:  
 
Where could I find/buy a kit for making a  
 
low wattage-extremely-good-sounding- and easy to build- tube amp for electric guitar?  
With clear instructions for mounting it.  
I can follow a schem (transistors) but I don't know a word about valve tubes...  
 
I will use at home, then maybe connect it to a bigger solid state amp (if this is possible to be done...) to play with my friends at a higher volume.  
 
Thaks a lot.  
 
JohnC
 
6/5/1999 10:17 PM
Benjamin Fargen
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John,  
 
Talk to Bruce C. @ Mission amps. He has some great kits and expert advise to back it up!  
 
Benjamin
 
 
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6/6/1999 9:08 AM
John C.
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Thank you very much, Benjamin, for the info.  
 
You are the second person to recommend me these kits.  
I'll leave a message to this man.  
 
JohnC
 
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