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I sure know where you're coming from and thanks for answering my questions. keep up the great work.
Hi, you produced a nice , inspiring piece. Though I have done working for decades, I haven't tried doing kerfs. So, I'm curious, why couldn't you have saved this piece (kept the edges) by just filling in with the sawdust/glue combo and sanding and finishing? I can't imagine it being all that much objectionable. At the least, you could have (and not saying you'd like this idea)given it a slightly distressed finish which would keep the edges and slur the linearity, if any, of the remaining single mistake cut (hopefully not seen after filling in and sanding, and adding the distress marks). In any case, thank you...good job and solution
Thank you! I will be looking at this very carefully. I acquired from Goodwill, an SC774K, which is similar to yours here. Here's some photos of mine. Unfortunately, someone removed some tubes, which will cost me alot to replace. Here's my unit : https://www.flickr.com/photos/philbarry2/17929818112/in/album-72157650874614144/Your instructable here will be extremely helpful. I hope this hybrid Sylvania will sound great. I may upgrade the turntable to a Dual. Thanks again.
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