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What?

I mean why not maple tree amps. They're the best for RS1.
    
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post #22 of 22
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Oh, the space in between Mapletree threw me off, yeah I've been weighing my options carefully for a while now. The reasons I'm going with Bottlehead are the kits are DIY, they're upgradeable with parts sold from Bottlehead, and the community revolving around Bottlehead is very helpful and mannered (just like OCN).

Plus, no matter what Amp I buy I'm going to be rolling tubes like crazy, so yes the Mapletree's may come stock with parts better than others for RS1i but it won't matter for long because I'll have a new round of tubes in pretty quickly.
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