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4.3.2.1...

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:wink: With music pumpin' from the G22k!

I'm not worried 'cause I know you got one of these and a bike:

Should fit the big G and a case of Moet...barely...

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In all seriousness, I feel that Moody has an obligation to the loyal followers of this thread to make a grill jump attempt. :veryevil: 

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Just saw the pics. She is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

 

And if you feel you've just got too many wonderful receivers, I offer to help you thin the heard.


Edited by MattTCG - 11/16/13 at 6:58pm
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4.3.2.1...

:dt880smile:

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In all seriousness, I feel that Moody has an obligation to the loyal followers of this thread to make a grill jump attempt. :veryevil: 

Lol!

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Thanks, it's absolutely mint. Not a scratch on her. I've been wanting a g9000 for a while. What a nice bonus it turned out to be the very rare g901 the Euro version of the 9000. And it's a db as well. I don't care anything about the db but it's more rare and goes for more than the non db for some strange reason.

But thankfully the g db's don't have the problems of the x0x0 db's since with these are fm only instead of being wired in the entire signal path like the others.
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Lol, sorry for leaving you guys in suspense. It's been a very long day. Half way home feeling like I've been living in my car all day, I'm thinking.... man what were you thinking driving this far for a 30+ year old piece of iron. I'm beyond exhausted. I think my initial excitement got the better of me and now my body is paying the price.

Well maybe I was too excited in my initial post. It's not a 1980 or g22000. So maybe I led you all on a little. It's Still a rare beast nonetheless. Pics in five.

 

LL

 

:thumb: You have NO idea. None. On what I would have done to get:rolleyes: that bad boy. We would have hitched a modified cycling stroller and pedaled 50-75 miles a day, checking into roadside motels overnight. :ksc75smile: 

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Lol, the seller was a stand up guy. He pulled the listing as soon as I said I was on my way. People were still calling as I was there to pick her up. Some ever tried offering a couple of hundred more than his asking price to steal it from me. You don't know how I was agonizing on the way there in fear he would sell it to someone else.
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Looks like I have some cleaning to do!!
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Whew! :tongue_smile:

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Damn vents!

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The pots are going to be trouble to get to. Pulled the top cover and bottom plate off and the only pots I can reach are balance, selector, and the volume(barely). I'm going to have to dismantle it and pull out the tone board to clean them. Fortunately I got those cleaned enough to get rid of the crackle and drop outs.
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Creek 3520, ~1988.

It would now be an excellent head-fi amp, but alas I sold it many years ago.
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