JTM45/100 Chassis

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby neikeel » Tue Mar 22, 2011 5:06 pm

Roe wrote:I'd love to build another super 100 amp but am unable to commit right now (finished phd recently and have only a part-time position right now)


Me too, I've got three (two builds and an original) plus my '68SL an SIR#39 modded ST, oh and the # 36 in embryo :roll:
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby valvestorm » Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:21 pm

Sorry if a missed it... what are the recommended front and back panels for the 45/100 chassis?
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby neikeel » Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:23 am

valvestorm wrote:Sorry if a missed it... what are the recommended front and back panels for the 45/100 chassis?


A gold plexi JTM 45 front panel and white Super 100 rear panel (this has the output selector to the left of the output jacks and mains selector between the output jacks and Bulgin), although my early '67 45/100 with -119 OT and EL34s has gold rear panel with later selector layout (side by side between output jacks and bulgin):

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby valvestorm » Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:02 pm

So where would one get some nice panels from modern sources?
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:49 am

OK, so I have 8 pre orders so I am going to proceed with this as soon as I have the payments for the orders. Here is a list of who is ordering currently. Let me know if I missed you. For those of you using paypal, my paypal address is Gretch56@hotmail.com

Paul Bell 3 orders Paid
Clyde Price 1 order
Kevin Milne 1 order Paid
Tuomas Haola 1 order Paid
AJW 1 order Paid
LouderStill 1 order Paid
Arthur Trujillo 1 order Paid
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:02 pm

Hey all,

Kevin here - just joined the forum.

Brian, should we figure out shipping now, or send you the $110 and worry about shipping later?

Also, any sources for white rear panels? I have some white acrylic (or something) for blank panels, but I wonder if anybody has a source for pre-drilled panels with lettering.

Have a good one, guys.

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:41 pm

Kevin,

I'm in process of getting boxes for these chassis so I hope to do shipping later. If everyone is cool with it, I would take the first payment and worry about shipping after the chassis is on it's way. Then I can get the shipping sorted out for future delivers and just get one payment.

I don't know where to source exact replica's of the panels but I can get some made that are pretty good. I'll post some pictures later.

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:54 pm

Sounds good. I just sent the payment.

Would it be possible to have the rear un-drilled, in case we want to use a gold panel? I'm happy either way - just wondering.

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:24 pm

The back of the chassis? I can ask about this but I'm not sure on how flexible the chassis shop is.
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:33 pm

The last question for this chassis. Do we care if it is textured finish or a smooth finish. The default material will have a textured finish like this PT bracket.

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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby neikeel » Mon Mar 28, 2011 9:24 am

Brian Wallace wrote:The last question for this chassis. Do we care if it is textured finish or a smooth finish. The default material will have a textured finish like this PT bracket.

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I will be happy if mine arrive like that 8) !
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Ogoki » Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:12 am

Brian Wallace wrote:The back of the chassis? I can ask about this but I'm not sure on how flexible the chassis shop is.


Yeah, if you don't mind asking, I'd appreciate it. I'm gonna use your Black Flag trannies, so it would make more sense to have a gold rear panel, the holes for which I could drill myself. If it's a hassle for them, don't worry about it.

And I'd be happy with either finish.
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby shakti » Tue Mar 29, 2011 5:32 am

Great to see this project rolling ahead! I knew we could trust Brian with getting the job done...

Now I just hope that 50W steel chassis may be up next...nobody seems to be doing that, whereas at least one or two guys on the Metro forum are taking on the steel 100W chassis. I'd still trust Brian with that one as well...
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby Brian Wallace » Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:04 am

I can do a run of any chassis that people have an interest in. All I need is at least ten people to want said chassis and the run can become a reality. :wink:
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Re: JTM45/100 Chassis

Postby LouderStill » Tue Mar 29, 2011 12:13 pm

Payment sent. thanks!
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