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RE: Got The SP 10 In Plinth With Riggle Arm

Oh I can't take credit for building the plinth, as Vintage Analog Restorations did it for me. All I did was detail the recipe for a variable density stack, and picking the veneer out. I tried interpreting the Natais recipe, and used a core of MDF, then a layer of acrylic with a compliant glue layer, then an outer layer of Baltic birch plywood, and the veneer. The bolts for the table anchor in the MDF. Now does this plinth contribute to the overall sound quality? I cannot say for sure, as I don't have alternate builds to compare it to. It was just my best attempt at being inspired by what others have done.

The finish as I recall includes a filler, a light stain, a gloss coat layered with subsequent satin coats, and finished with Howards Feed N Wax.

Mister Pig

Edits: 06/18/17 06/18/17

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