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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post
 

 

Agreed. I nearly put down a deposit in June, until he returned my phone call and politely suggested 12-14 months. I told him I'd check back with him next year and much success to him. 

Yea. It's a pretty decent lag time because it's all made by hand and parts are ordered as needed. On the plus side, it keeps resale values up. :wink:

 

I'm on month 6 for the GSX-MkII

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My TS 6SN7 BGRP does not looked the same but the internal is exactly the same.  

 

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i love how the amp looks in that pic

 

now u need double mighty 596's and double EML 300bs

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596 is on queue next, want to get a good understanding of sound signature first.  The sound stage is not as big as the WA22 but close, slight less depth.

post #28160 of 30621

Listening to Patricia Barber's Company...it is just as I remembered when I had my friend's WA5.  

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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post
 

My TS 6SN7 BGRP does not looked the same but the internal is exactly the same.  

 

 

yes.gif Beautifully shot!

post #28162 of 30621
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Originally Posted by GloryUprising View Post
 
 

Yea. It's a pretty decent lag time because it's all made by hand and parts are ordered as needed. On the plus side, it keeps resale values up. :wink:

 

I'm on month 6 for the GSX-MkII

 

Isn't he in Virginia? He returned my call one morning... at 0030 hours PST! Said he was just wrapping up work on an amp and was going to bed. Further, he engaged me in friendly chat for another 20 minutes.

:blink:

 

This cat is driven, enthusiastic, dedicated and friendly. The audio community benefits from participants like him.

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So my "mighty" 596 tube has crapped out after very few hours of usage.  I'm pretty disappointed.  This morning when I turned on the 22 I was getting static in the right channel.  Switched the power tubes, nothing.  Switched the drivers, nothing.  Changed the rectifier and, voila! problem solved.  It can't have had more than 300 hours on it since I bought it from Jack.  I'm quite upset.

 :confused_face(1): 

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:(

 

Sorry to hear about your audio adventure (mishap?). Jack may have one or two left, please check... and quickly!

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I will be dropping in the mighty tonight to replace miss Sophia.
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I'm a 5U4GB and RK60 guy now.

Well at least for the rest of this year.

post #28167 of 30621
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Originally Posted by musicman59 View Post
 

I agree Frank. IMO it has great fast, controlled and beep bass.

 

Can you elaborate "beep" bass? Is it beepy, like opposed to beppy? I do not like beppy bass. Beep bass is great :p

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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

I'm a 5U4GB and RK60 guy now.
Well at least for the rest of this year.

I do prefer EML 5U4G but it is not ordered yet...I need to get a better 300B than Sophia first.
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I thought the EML Glass inside my Woo was brilliant! But it suffered from questionable reliability and less than desirable pricing.

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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post
 

Still enjoying your Woo (WA5)?

Oh yes! Running via French Totaldac D1 even much more than before.

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