T-Shaws??

Discussion in 'Norlin Years' started by HardCore Troubadour, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. HardCore Troubadour

    HardCore Troubadour Senior Member

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    I'd say that even if they were starting to change one feature, the wind is the bit that makes them what they are. The new bobbin, penny copper wire and the wind pattern is what makes them a Shaw.
     
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    HardCore Troubadour Senior Member

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    and I agree.....but we do not have an ohm reading or know the color of the wire.


    my only hold back is that 78 is REALLY early.
     

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