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I was wondering what kind of wiring would you recommend for use in an amp. I did some work in my MG Head and some of the wire was looking pretty sad (my hands shake like I have Parkinsons and I melted some insulation). I went and used some copper hookup wire from Radio Shack as a replacement for wires in the NFB loop and the wires from the high impedence switch setting to the headphone jack. I doubt the quality of the wiring and I feel that once I upgrade my tubes and headphone cable that I would notice the difference. What would you recommend that I use to replace these wires? Or do you know what kind of wires that were used in building the amp?
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If you use Teflon-shielded wire, you don't have to worry about melting it while you solder, no matter how bad a job you're doing. I highly recommend it.
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