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australian supplier of hammond transformers?


 
1/1/2001 10:23 PM
Rob P
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australian supplier of hammond transformers?
hi everyone,  
 
 
 
i'm thinking of starting my third homebrew amp and i was going to try hammond transformers. problem is, i don't know of an australian supplier, and importing is pretty expensive at the moment. does anyone happen to know of a place i can get them? or any other options for that matter?  
 
 
 
up to now i've bought a couple OTs from a guy in brisbane who makes them, they're really good, but a tad expensive. i've made one PT and scavenged another.  
 
 
 
thanks for the input,  
 
 
 
Rob
 
1/2/2001 8:35 PM
Don Symes
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Have you tried asking Hammond?  
 
 
 
http://www.hammondmfg.com/intl.htm  
 
 
 
lists Farnell & Mayer Krieg as OZ distributors.  
 
 
 
Good luck!
 
 
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1/3/2001 1:22 AM
Rob P
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But that would be logical!  
 
:)
 
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