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PostPosted: 26 Jan 2019, 12:11 
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glowtuber wrote:
Anyone have any suggestions on this?
The most universal solution is ImageMagick. It is not the easiest solution but there are a ton of online tutorials, guides, and a wiki. It is mostly command line but has an elementary GUI for some functions. For simple things it works very well. I have been using this for almost 30 years (since it was originally released in 1990).

There are releases for most major OSs and platforms.

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I have retaken these photos and resized. Hopefully they will be better.


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PostPosted: 29 Jan 2019, 20:11 
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Well it's been a couple months since I finished this amp and it has 40 to 50 hours on it. I absolutely love it and wouldn't want to change a thing about it. Funny there are some songs that I could never understand the words on when played on other amps. With this amp they are clear as a bell. Matt hit a home run with this design. Someday I will have to roll a few tubes but the JJ's sound fabulous to me. I highly recommend this amp to anyone looking to build. Many thanks to Matt for sharing this with us all.


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