Why hand-wired amps?
What makes hand-wired amps different than those with circuit boards? Not having trace circuits allows us to install tone in the amp at the bench. We can tweak and fine tune the sound as we go, or if need be, we can easily change parts without destroying the board or the wires. Hand drilled eyelets allow us to use full-size capacitors and resistors that add depth of tone with which circuit boards cannot compete. The point to point wiring affords some wires to stay away from one another while allowing proximity to others enhancing the sound resulting in Amps That Sing!
We snapped a few quick shots of boards yesterday while they were being cut and again today while they were being wired to show you their individuality and (we think) beauty.
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