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I'm going to be very happy doing no prep what so ever this year.

My top tips are:

Ground floor

Blue tack

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Blue tack

I find the white version opens up the mid-range better

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Have a second liver and third kidney implanted ready for the bar session.

Sodders has kindly arranged a home demo for me......

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At least the pie selection process is well underway, if not already concluded.

Priorities!

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Brian and I have started packing our bags. So far we have hammer, chisel, duck tape, superglue, sandpaper and adjustable wrench. cant help feel we're missing something though:dunno:

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Brian and I have started packing our bags. So far we have hammer, chisel, duck tape, superglue, sandpaper and adjustable wrench. cant help feel we're missing something though:dunno:

power drill?

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Bingo! Thanks Paul, must buy you a pint at the show - cant believe I almost forgot that!:D

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Chris...LOL

Paul, Chris is showing potential, but he is a new comer to the Art, so does forget things, despite all my teachings.

Of course there will be a power drill. How else could I work my magic on those cartridges that have been tightened up too much in headshells, by folks who dont know what they are doing.

Chris tends to take care of the amps/soldering side of things, whilst I am known as the turntable/cartridge guru. (I have some radical/ground breaking new techniques)

The balance between us seems to work well, and word of our talent seems to be spreading.

So much so that the days of "mates rates" is now gone and we feel that we should be rewarded financially for the hours of study that have gone into the perfection of our skills.

About 2 hours in my case. About 200 for Chris. ( he is more of a trial and error type guy, but usually, but not always, gets there in the end )

See you at Scalford. Form an orderly line. No pushing at the back.

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