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I was in Victoria this past weekend and dropped into a small guitar shop. There was three amps in there built by a fellow named Cory, whose company name is Corybilt.
I tried a tweed Deluxe clone with power scaling (very cool). A low powered tweed twin clone (even cooler) and the best of all was a little 20(?) watter with 2 x 6v6's built into an old Legend amp cab. What a smokin' little amp ! I would have bought it on the spot if I'd had the dough. I hope to get it if I can move some gear and it is still available.
This guy seems like he really has his stuff together. Anyone know anything about this builder or where I can get in touch with him ????

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Pete
 

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He is mentioned on the London Power web site. Shoot Kevin O'Connor and email...I'm sure he can put you in touch. Here's the link:

http://www.londonpower.com/whichamp.htm



faracaster said:
I was in Victoria this past weekend and dropped into a small guitar shop. There was three amps in there built by a fellow named Cory, whose company name is Corybilt.
I tried a tweed Deluxe clone with power scaling (very cool). A low powered tweed twin clone (even cooler) and the best of all was a little 20(?) watter with 2 x 6v6's built into an old Legend amp cab. What a smokin' little amp ! I would have bought it on the spot if I'd had the dough. I hope to get it if I can move some gear and it is still available.
This guy seems like he really has his stuff together. Anyone know anything about this builder or where I can get in touch with him ????

Cheers
Pete
 

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I'm a big Power Scaling fan having previously owned 2 London Power amps and currently using a Stephenson LJ-15. Good luck in hooking up with Corey
 

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faracaster said:
I was in Victoria this past weekend and dropped into a small guitar shop. There was three amps in there built by a fellow named Cory, whose company name is Corybilt.
I tried a tweed Deluxe clone with power scaling (very cool). A low powered tweed twin clone (even cooler) and the best of all was a little 20(?) watter with 2 x 6v6's built into an old Legend amp cab. What a smokin' little amp ! I would have bought it on the spot if I'd had the dough. I hope to get it if I can move some gear and it is still available.
This guy seems like he really has his stuff together. Anyone know anything about this builder or where I can get in touch with him ????

Cheers
Pete
Pete, was the Corybilt an original amp or was it pretty much deluxe inspired?
 
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