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  1. Phil - in case you go down this road, install a 3-way negative feedback switch. It makes the amp incredibly versatile and actually gives some clean headroom. https://robrobinette.com/5e3_Modifications.htm#Switched_Negative_Feedback
  2. Seconded. If I wasn't living in a condo and had a dedicated workspace, I could've likely finished it in a day with a good 6 to 8 hours. As it was, really took me the same 6 to 8 hours spread over weeks, not including workspace setup and breakdown time.
  3. I highly recommend it, Phil! I definitely considered the BYOC kit when first looking at options. It seems really cool. Now to build an attenuator box to tame this thing for my apartment, haha.
  4. Oh yeah... now I gotta figure out if I'm going to mod it or leave as-is. The negative feedback switch certainly makes it more versatile.
  5. LOVE it! Definitely nailed down some Neil tones with the LP and it's a dream with the Strat. Might tighten up some of the wiring to reduce him. Otherwise, couldn't be happier. I used the Stew Mac instructions, along with Rob Robinette's tube amp page to help me along. Worked on the first shot
  6. Rewired my '90s Strat Plus Deluxe - went from a 13 sound Strat with three mini-toggles for each pickup to a Nashville-X system (Nashville-X Strat Switching). Also swapped the crappy pearl PG for a nice B-W-B 3 ply. Way classier. Have BG V60s in neck and middle, S90 in bridge. Built a Tweed Deluxe 5E3 from a Boot Hill kit. Added a 3-way switch for NFB to tame the amp a bit when wanting more headroom. WGS G12Q speaker.
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