Nothing that fits Kramer Recordings category...but here's someone playing one of my amps at a show.
I'm digging the sounds dude, great job...and what a talent to build those things.
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If ya ears aint bleedin', ya aint loud enough ta git the job dun'.
This amp has some sweet tones, Cyg! Kudos to you
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Sorry, no endorsements (yet).
The amp building is self contained...I have to sell them to get parts to build more.
Nice tone dude! What kind of cab is that guy using on the first video?
I don't need to hear Cyg's amps on YouTube. All I have to do is give him a call. I'm getting serious here. We go way back. It's a long very cool story. I understand that this is a guitar forum. Within our ranks, we have a member that handbuilds tube amps. Cyg has done a few for me. Before you go out and buy an already made tube amp, PM Cyg. I have great faith and real results from a true friend.
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Thanks fett but there are real pro amp builders in our midst.
They just don't post as much.
Stef, the "cab" is actually the 12" vintage alnico speaker encased in that large radio (Spitfire)
I'm playing the 30 watt through a 4x12 Sheffield Peavey 5150.
The rattles you hear are things in my shop, dancing to the beat.
pretty cool. now more videos like that may get you endorsed! was that a guitar/amp expo of some kind? maybe get more gigs like that to get the word out
Strangely I'm not in a mode to actually "go into business".
I like the freedom to explore the builds and not worry about filing R&D plans!
Would rather "sleep in the bed of knowledge" and wake up...and build something.
I enjoy the shows though.
That was a small vintage guitar show in Cola SC last weekend.
Nice CYG, Good job, wished U lived closer to SOCAL, I need to get my butt back into the builds I have planned.
Ima thinkin' you need to come visit again! I gots beer and bait!
It allowed me to find that ONE little missed ground wire that had us both scratching and digging.
Funny, it was technically running to ground but not directly, where it needed to be.
And intermittent, the worse kind of issue to track down.
That amp has a happy home elsewhere.