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About fini

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  • Birthday 10/08/1955

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    Rohnert Park CA--The Friendly City®
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    Survival, chalk boards, photography, unicorns, corn dogs, corn
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    Klipschorns, PCats, BBX, Heart CD, Thorens TD124, Kenwood TT

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  1. fini

    Bob Crites RIP

    One could never recreate my initial delight of finding an electroshock therapy machine in the museum basement. It ended up really improving my attitude.
  2. There should be a zoom reading from the anechoic chamber upon release...
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    Bob Crites RIP

    Seadog, thanks for posting the photos. That was such a fun trip. Made some lifelong friends. I miss you all so much. I want to do it again!! Gregg
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    Bob Crites RIP

    You bet! No idea where that shot is right now. I posted it on the forum...Good to see you, sputnik!
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    Bob Crites RIP

    I'm doing quite well, thanks! Quit drinking 2 years ago, mostly hang out on facebook (and zoom AA meetings)
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    Bob Crites RIP

    Bob's surely in Heaven, sitting next to Daddy Dee, sniffin' crossovers...Sad news. Love you, Bob. Peace to the Crites family.
  7. Howdy all! The other day I picked up some nice-quality headphones at a thrift store, but for the life of me, cannot find a brand, model number, or country of origin! Antone recognize 'em?
  8. What the hell?? Steve, I would love to make it back! Maybe next year? Maybe visit my sis in Lawton on the same trip.
  9. Can non-attendees order shirts? They're so cool!!
  10. Ah, so you're a "front man!"
  11. Type C, BTW. Gilley and Bradford, so they've gotta be good...
  12. Hi folks! A couple weeks ago I was perusing the local Craigslist and came upon a pair of Klipschorns--minus high frequency components and crossovers--for $400. They DO have the woofers. I mean, I don't think I could buy the material to make these for $400! Since I have everything needed to make these 1968 Walnut Khorns fully functional, I went for it. Oops, how did I end up with 3 pairs?? The tags are a little weird. (Non-consecutive) serial numbers are fine, but the model types are a bit confusing (especially for whoever wrote them down!). They appear to be lacquered walnut, from the factory. Before I saw the speakers (and only saw the tags), I thought they might be vertical grain fir, raw. They're quite lovely to me!
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