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« Reply #15 on: November 06, 2012, 11:31:28 PM »

Man this is an old thread! But I'm BORED so I hope no one jumps on me for posting, I don't really see that being a problem here though. Anyway, I BRIEFLY researched this "Kevin O'connor" thing and from what I read I was pretty unimpressed. I think I like the Variwatt from Skipz circuitz the best out of everything remotely in its price range. I haven't heard anything bad about it and its CHEAP. You just have to drill a hole or replace something. Maybe not good for vintage/super expensive gear but on a Ceriatone I don't see a problem/
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