Castledine Electronics Memphis Sun

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Re: Castledine Electronics Memphis Sun

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You gang of thieves?……. Never 😜
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Doc Holliday wrote: Tue Jun 13, 2023 6:32 am We opted for a negative feedback mod which is activated by the tone pot.
It’s a pull up/ push down pot.
Kinda switches between the difference with the 5F11 circuit it’s built on and a more raunchy tweed deluxe 5E3.
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Just saw this. That's a damn fine looking amp, Stu has some serious chops. He is working on JTM45/100 Super for me. Totally love that!
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Thanks!

Yeah Stu is a master of many crafts
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