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On the one hand it's sort of reassuring to know that somewhere, there's probably going to be someone who will be able to make a vacuum tube when there aren't any manufactured anymore.
At the same time, it's sort of scary; kind of like that guy that made a working 1/8th scale replica of a Ferrari 333 from scratch.
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Anyone catch his callsign? Wonder what he'd charge for a VF14?
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Blatant advertizing for one of my latest "one man band" productions.<br />
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â€œI believe that working with limited tracks in those days made us better arrangers. Having to do reductions made us better mixers. Having limited equipment made us better engineers.â€ - 2008 GY</div>