I somewhat like it
Hi community, since a long time I’m pondering about two topics that interest me. Stones / rocks and their industrial processing. If I want to cut rocks or slice stones in small pieces I have to use large machines, the energy consumption of such stone cutting machine is way too high for somebody who would just start to cut / slice rock. So, my question is: Do you have any ideas, thoughts or know about eco-friendly techologies which are energy efficient for cutting rocks into small slices? Every input regarding this topic is welcome.
all they are .022uf 400v Sprague caps from the same era. there were PIO and Mylar Black Beauty and Bumble Bee caps with the same model number 104263B
while I’m working on a tweed champ 5f1 replica with 10″ speaker, I recall they say the output transformers affect the tone.
and, I noticed I never saw the back side of champ chassis before. it’s where I start finding a vintage OT for my project
i found this album randomly. i was looking for something else and i clicked it because of thumbnail and i just surprised that I could like this style of music
i designed those two works for yoffy who work really hard on music
here is his soundcloud profile link
did a simple job for a friend. he has some extra 50’s Jensen speakers and wanted to use them with this GT40 amp.
he told me GT40 has mono and stereo output mode. so, we decided to leave one of the 6.5″ speakers as it was. then put a long thread 1/4 jack on the other output.
the only place I found for the internal/external switch was the inside of the bass reflex vent on the back. the back panel itself is too thick to attach the switch.
brought this home to change the filter caps for a friend. my favorite tweed deluxe is 5D3. but love this one too
BF champ AA764
the voicing of stock 8″ speaker is quite different to 50’s Oxford 8EV. I guess this stock speaker came from Oxford as well but I could be wrong.
I replaced the stock 25uf 25v power tube cathode bypass cap to 47uf.
it came with stock Amperex buggle boy which is still alive and kicking and GE 6v6gt. only the rectifier tube has replaced at some point.
stock speaker is on the right side.