Thanks Mark for sharing your video with us! Great job on your build!!!
DIY Faceplate for the Gilmore Jr – by Martin
Guytronix would like to thank Martin from UK for sending pics of his Gilmore Jr, along with providing us all with what looks like an excellent DIY Faceplate! Check out Martins self-made cab:
Martin has sent us the print of his faceplate, in case anyone wants one for themselves! You can click the pic to the left to get to the full sized image.
How he did it:
I printed onto OHP Acrylic in a normal inkjet printer, and then using Acrylic Gold Spray paint, I painted the reverse of it, and it comes out perfect, looks very professional. Camera doesn’t do it justice. Martin, UK
Martin recommends printing it and checking it for size. He also points out that if you use OHP Acrylic and want to paint it, that you must use Acrylic paint, as ordinary Car Spray will melt it. It needs to be sprayed slowly & lightly, building up layers, or it gets messy.
Thanks Martin! Excellent build!
Jamming Black Sabbath on the Gilmore Jr.
Jamming Along with SP on the Gilmore Jr.
Here’s a customer jamming along to Neil Young on his Gilmore Jr.
Here’s a Gilmore Jr. built by one of our outstanding customers! Great Job Anthony!
Here’s a new video from our Webmaster unboxing his Ardmore Kit.
Yes, Guytronix mods RAT2 pedals. Others will not work on the current Chinese variant. During the process of installing an on-board IC socket for trying different OP Amps (LM308 being a favorite) we also install a trim-pot ala ‘Ruetz’ mod. To wrap this up, we ruggedize the RAT2 for the harsh conditions of the road. No fears, our ruggedized RAT solution is the bee’s knees!
Guitars in cases get played way less than guitars in view. Stands are clumsy and take up floor space. Hang those works of art on the wall. Easily at the ready. Witness your chops getting better when a guitar is within easy reach. Here me now,…. believe me later ♡
The 1st step when working on amplifiers is always BE SAFE! Here is an excellent and important video about how to safely discharge any current from an amplifier. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us!