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  • Anyone Want to See the Guts of a Valvetech VAC25?

    Behold!

     

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    The guts:

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    Is it just me or am I just not all that impressed? I mean it's well done but it looks about as good as a kit job and I feel like for an amp like that which is looked at inside and out, it could be a bit more OCD with neater cables and such. Obviously it doesn't affect the product at all but I'm just saying...
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    • warriorpoet
      warriorpoet commented
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      Hm.  Not sure what you mean.  It's generally bolted into the top of my cabinet, so not visible at all.  With all the Hayseed gut-shots around, I thought a peek inside a VAC25 might be helpful.

       

      I know the small pics make it hard to see, but the soldering is IMMACULATE.













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