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This is the very handsome Moses, who owns Perry Nichols.

Polytone poor factory soldering.

HardWay Vintage Electronics

Fred Shuman's 1967 Princeton reverb (background) and my 1966 at the A/B comparison at Durdel's.

1972 Super Six
5C1 Champ

Tim Ward's Firebird - shielding and secret custom re-wiring.

Jim Myers' Dad's 1951 Deluxe

Richard Everhardt's rare Polytone I.

Perry's Tremolux

Re-wiring Tim's ES-335

1958 Fender Tweed Deluxe

Jim Myers' Ampeg

YBA-1 transformer death.

1955 Fender Deluxe TRIAD transformer.

Perry's 1959 Tremolux.  Someday.

The rare and Highly Desirable Stancor A-3801

Routinely sells for > $500!

1972 Fender filter caps - still in perfect shape!

5U4GB mounted and heater glow for Don Cameron

A 1972 Fender Super Six

Jim Myers' 1948 Philco portable radio

1966 Fender Bandmaster.

Sadie

Perry Nichol's unique 5 E/F-1  harp amp.

A pristine Traynor YBM-3

Traynor YBM-3

Richard Everhardt's $5 guitar.

1948 Philco
YBA-1 Transformer Death
Polytone Mini-Brute I
Custom Amplifier

1950s microphone diaphragm Rochelle Salt crystal, crumbled to dust.  You can make a new crystal from  Cream of Tartar and Baking Soda.  This was from a Webcor reel-to-reel tape recorder.

This Magnatone Melodier is pretty ratty.  One of my "When I get around to it" projects.  (sigh).

Blackface Princeton Reverbs
1966 Fender Bandmaster

A brown Super.

Gibson Skylark GA-5T

$5 Guitar

Customer Projects

Don Cameron's 1962 Princeton

Jim Mack's 1975 Fender Twin:  Fresh set of TAD 6L6GC-STRs.

Pile of Amps
SS Ampeg
1950 Gibson

2009 ACD "Cattle Dog".  About 32 Watts.  Powered by squirrels.

1958 Fender Deluxe Narrow Panel.

1965 Bandmaster
1955 Fender Deluxe TRIAD
1951 TV Front Deluxe
Polytone Mini-Brute II quality

Fred Shuman's 1950 Gibson BR-6

1962 Fender Princeton

Jim Myers' Ampeg, Peavey, Kustom, Peavey

1950 Gibson

Perry's "EXP" finally finished.  There are about 20 coats of Tru-Oil on that Mahogany.

A brown Fender Super

Don Cameron's 1965 Bandmaster with Durdel's sticker.

An early 5C1 Champ.  Note "Eilean" written on piece of masking tape, by the lady that soldered it together.