Showcase your Subaru: Now taking orders

That’s right! I’ve decided to add a ‘Showcase your Subaru’ feature to the site. Periodically I will be accepting content and pictures from users that would like to share their cars with the rest of the community.

Perhaps you’ve got an engine build that you’d like to document, or just want to show off a detail and photoshot that you just finished. Either way, be sure to check out the Showcase your Subaru page today!

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One Response to “Showcase your Subaru: Now taking orders”

  1. Karen says:

    If you’re going to do a blog on harp amps, learn something about amps. It uses ritlaevely low voltage power tubes, which means it might be good for harp. Lower power means sweeter tone and less feed back. It’s a low-wattage amp, which is not the same thing as a low-voltage amp. Learn the difference. And the first thing the author states is that this is a high-gain amp (i.e., a lot of pre-amp gain), which is bad for harp and generally triggers feedback. It may be just as easy to build a deluxe or bassman clone (I suggest looking at a tweed Fender Super Amp). Do you have any idea at all how amps are built? A four-input amp with a midrange and presence control (i.e., a Bassman) is going to be harder to build simply because you’ve got to string wiring to all of those jacks and pots. The tweed Super is very similar. The tweed Deluxe is simpler it uses a single tone control and two volumes. Don’t even get started on blackfaces with reverb and tremolo circuits.You really need to bone up on some amp primers if you’re going to dish advice.

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