We had an excellent time. Stayed at the Holiday Inn, spent some high quality time together, delighted in fantastic food, loved out time away from the regular regimen. I was really pleased to be greeted by people that have enjoyed this YouTube Channel.
Not the amp has the Fender fire making use of Bass Treble and also a separate 6AV6 inverter tube. Great little amp for method or recording. Note: I had to refill this video clip due to cold of the last clip.
This is the final video “Part 4” for the Model S-10. You would think that with all required, it may have been better to abandon this project. Yep, that may be, however I saw more value in presenting the different repair actions needed. Not the amp has the Fender fire utilizing Bass Treble and a separate 6AV6 inverter tube. Great little amp for practice or recording. Note: I had to reload this video due to freezing of the last clip. Not sure why it happened. Thanks to all for catching that glitch. TD
I intend to completely record the design & schematic. My hunch is a Harp player would certainly fall in love with it. We plan to participate in the summer occasion, so there is a lot more to follow.
See thevee.org. for more information on these events. This was the Winter session at Farmington Hills, MI in the Detroit area. What a super swap meet. So many classic pieces. Marcia and I had a great time. Shooting the video was a breeze. Everything fell into place. Normally I do not buy anything, however a retro guitar amp caught my eye. So, I figured why not. Glad I did as it turns out to be a very rare piece. So get ready for a refurbish series on the Premier 110. I plan to fully document the layout & schematic. And of course fully rebuild the amp. I love its style. My guess is a Harp player would fall in love with it. We plan to attend the summer event, so there is much more to follow. So, sit back, sip on your favorite beverage, enjoy the meet.
Yes, we will be there, Feb 1st, Detroit area. I will be shooting video of the event. Then we will be shooting many more clips of vendors, attendees, strange things, mice running out of equipment, People throwing money at D-Lab, sneaking wine in, Marcia with a lamp shade, the sky’s the limit my friends! If you can make it, stop by, see some cool old stuff, smell the dust. We look forward to this every year. More details on thevee.org
Another great event. I was there on the last day, so missed the action, however, it was still a great time with the vendors and attendees. I met some super people. Purchased a few items, just took in the sights. I love seeing/smelling the vintage electronics. It is in my blood. So, pour yourself a glass of wine, dim the lights, enjoy the show! To see future dates, see http://www.thevee.org. TD
Marcia and I spent our 35th anniversary at this event in Farmington hills, MI. We had a great time. Stayed at the Holiday Inn, spent some quality time together, enjoyed great food, loved out time away from the normal routine. I was very happy to be greeted by people that have enjoyed this YouTube Channel. I strive to present quality videos. Marcia and I plan to do more on location videos this year. We hope you enjoy this tour down vintage alley. For more info on this event, see: TheVee.org. Thank you to all that attended.
Spent the weekend at the 2018 Vintage electronics expo with Marcia and Emi (shortwave girl) Had a great time with friends. Met some new ones that subscribe to my channel. Of course the regulars were there, giving me a bad time. Always a good way to spend the weekend. Many nice antique radios, record players, test equipment and Ham gear. I picked up a few new pieces of gear. Some real nice ones for repair and presentations for you to see. This year the attendance way way down. Everyone was disappointed. Please check out the club and see if you can make it next year. Bring some young ones, so they can experience the hobby. The big Detroit event is coming up January. See: Thevee.org for more info.