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  1. Hi Bob, Apologies for late reply , not ignoring you ! I'll contact the guy who asked me to hold it, check what the situation is. Best Wishes, mike.
  2. Yep, Thomann were showing stock of these today, So I had to buy one. I do have a 360/361 rig, so will be able to compare ! I also have a 70's V4b, so there's a pattern developing here . Where will this end ?
  3. Well, Just finished populating my turret board, and starting to solder. , However , don't underestimate how long it takes to gather all the various bits you'll need , and the cost. Def makes that trip top look like a good deal !
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  5. checked my old trace preamp today and only two of the pins are used, on the xlr input. might be worth checking if yours is the same.
  6. trouble is, I was only looking for my TRACE V8, it's in there ,somewhere !
  7. Not sure what's happened there, with those pics !
  8. I sense the need for a B15 shootout at the next basschat bash ! Paging Mr Beedster, I'm sure he could advise on sound, having owned one of the new reissues with the 64/66 options.
  9. re the SB12 circuit. Ah, but there was a later version , using 6l6gc's, however, it doesn't use octal preamp tubes, either. Neither does the B15S in that comparison
  10. Anyway, I blame my spell-checker !😀
  11. Ha, Well , it might be worth looking at the later SB12 circuit, using 6L6's, as that appears to be what you are describing . I often use an SB 12, and they are fabulous sounding, and lighter than my old B15 !
  12. Gotta subscribe to this ! I also caught the bug during lockdown, and my B15 build is coming along nicely. I went for the 64/66 option, and found a build manual on the Trinity amps website that was very helpful. Another source of info was CtG B15. Great project, go for it !
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