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  • NEW Mission Amps 5E3 Kits are ready

    Email us here for more info:

    reserve-a-5E3@missionamps.com

    These are by far the best chrome chassis kits I've done and we added some new mounting PEMS nuts to the chassis so you can bolt a number of different 15 watt through 32 watt transformers and chokes (if wanted) on our chassis without having to remove the eyelet board ar anything!!
    Very cool for the "do it yourselfer" wanting anything from a 7 watt 6K6GT amp to a 32 watt 6L6GC type amp.

    Plus, the new 5E3 chassis has new 8-32 PEM nuts installed on the side of the chassis to mount our heavy duty 'L' bracket,

    http://www.missionamps.com/images/Parts/Stiffener1.gif

    needed to support heavier and more powerfull 6L6 power trannys such as David Allen sells for these chassis.
    This will get you a 5E3 type amp into the 32 watt range with a Pro Reverb sized output tranny and choke.
    Last edited by Bruce / Mission Amps; 06-02-2006, 05:48 PM.
    Bruce

    Mission Amps
    Denver, CO. 80022
    www.missionamps.com
    303-955-2412

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    Just when I had convinced myself that I didn't need another 5e3

    BTW- that stiffener is genius.
    Last edited by tboy; 06-09-2006, 08:26 AM. Reason: excess quote removal

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      Mission 5e3 newbie question

      Bruce of Mission Amps said:
      >>Very cool for the "do it yourselfer" wanting anything from a 7 watt 6K6GT amp to a 32 watt 6L6GC type amp.<<

      Is there any way to set this up to use 6v6's 6l6's KT66's, like a THD bivlave? I suppose you'd need a big power trannie to begin with, but what else?
      Thanks,
      Faradazed

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