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1963 Harmony H305C

Here's a hot-rodded Harmony H305C that'll give a good fight to most any tweed Princeton. The H305C is a paired 6V6 amp that puts out about 12 watts by the sound of things. This one has had its baffle-board very professionally replaced with a Baltic birch ply board, its speaker swapped out for a ceramic magnet Weber 12F150, new-old-stock RCA Hammond power tubes installed, and a few resistor values changed to up the amp's power and overdrive dynamics. It's an amazing sounding point-to-point amplifier, and wins in the 'tone for the dollar' category by everyone's estimation here.


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