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(@sarton)
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Looking for links to sites/companies that have advice about building amps, schematics, and parts (especially cabinets and chasis material). I've found a few already (schematicheaven.com), but am looking for more. Thanks... (Also, if anyone wants to chime in with their experiences...)

A sucking chest wound is Nature's way of telling you to slow down.

Godin Freeway Classic, PodXT Live, Seymour-Duncan 84-50.
(All this so I could learn 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little' Star for my youngest.)


   
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(@sarton)
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Many thanks guys. Very helpful.

A sucking chest wound is Nature's way of telling you to slow down.

Godin Freeway Classic, PodXT Live, Seymour-Duncan 84-50.
(All this so I could learn 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little' Star for my youngest.)


   
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Just got some transformers from here: http://alliedelec.com/

I get most of my tubes from folks in former Soviet states who advertise on eBay. I've gotten some tubes and other stuff from Triode Electronics. Can't remember if they've already been mentioned. http://triodeelectronics.com/

I deal with lots of the vendors who've already been mentioned. Just got a bunch of stuff from Antique Electronic Supply, http://tubesandmore.com/

This one's probably already been mentioned, too: http://www.angelainstruments.com/
(Edit: That's lame having to type the "www," but some servers require it.)

"A cheerful heart is good medicine."


   
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