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Y2K Bruce
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  • Moline, IL
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Y2K Bruce's Discussions

My Herron with a Scott Super XII done

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Liers Mar 27. 3 Replies

After a 3 year wait, I today finally put my Super XII into the Herron cabinet I bought years ago with an Airline set in it. I had the Scott gone through and recapped. This Super XII is serial TT-88…Continue

Downsizing my Scott collection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Taylor Apr 21. 1 Reply

I plan to downsize my personal collection of Scotts and have about 10 or more to sell off.The 1st one to go is a 30 tube Philly pointer dial in the Warrington cabinet. I have owned this about 10…Continue

another AW27 Scott with cabinet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Seickel Feb 14, 2015. 2 Replies


Chippendale Grande cabinet with Philly AM/FM chassis amp and RP for sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Y2K Bruce Oct 5, 2014. 2 Replies

For sale - A MINTY original finish Chippendale Grande cabinet with a 33 tube Philharmonic chassis with amp and original Gerrard RP. Missing the face board, dial face glass and bezels. $1500Continue

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Y2K Bruce replied to Matt Endicott's discussion Intro - AW15 ?'s Static or Sensitivity control & Wave Change Switch Lever
"I have the ships wheel knobs and my serial number is E-282"
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Y2K Bruce replied to Matt Endicott's discussion Intro - AW15 ?'s Static or Sensitivity control & Wave Change Switch Lever
"My AW 15 in the Stamford cabinet also has the right side bezel label as SENSITIVITY and has 5 positions in the control. There is no extra knob control on the back of the chassis but there are 2 up/down switches in the back."
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Ray Taylor replied to Y2K Bruce's discussion Downsizing my Scott collection
"Hi Bruce: Not sure how to respond to you, so I am trying this approach. Thank you for your welcome, glad to hear from you. Your collection is quite impressive. I'm back in the hobby. Later. Ray"
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Capehart 300 Scott Philly back together

Posted on February 25, 2015 at 8:02am 0 Comments

Finally put it all back in the original early 1930's Capehart 300 cabinet. Philly chrome is super nice and plays like a million bucks thanks to Bill L for his electrical restoration

Comment Wall (8 comments)

At 11:01am on November 16, 2009, Rich Kahnberg said…
Hi Bruce,

Thanks for the welcome. I am looking forward to being a menber of the group. I do not have any unique or rare Scotts but do have several from an AW12 two dial to Philharmonics.

Best regards,
At 7:21pm on January 27, 2010, eric a sanders said…
I really think your collection is becoming superior. I only wish I had such a nice set up.
At 7:35am on January 7, 2013, Jeff Aulik said…

Thanks, Bruce.

At 6:02pm on January 22, 2015, Rocco John Wittwer said…

Thank you very much for your reply and info.  I do recall that back in about 1976 while getting the set operating I was required to buy four 2A3 tubes . As I recall they were well over $ 200.00 at that time and I was required to wait for a sufficient (months) period until the manufacturer had a sufficiently sized order before he would produce them.  Actually the set hasn't been turned on since that time. I was reasonably young and footloose at the time so I loaned the set to a local technical museum where it sat on display, for 10-15 years. It was probably the best thing I could have done or I would have likely lost it.

Do you have any idea what the set is worth?

At 3:24am on April 25, 2015, Merle Jones said…

Thanks Bruce for your comments, some point i'll have to get the Scotts organized and on display properly. I have sets in my garage that need to be brought out and displayed and admired like they should be as well. I really like your 16 in the Warrington cabinet.

At 4:31am on September 20, 2015, Merle Jones said…

Hello Bruce,...the Scott 16 in the Warrington cabinet is in an Imperial (AW/23) sized cabinet. I don't know why this is, as this little chassis would surely fit in an Allwave 15 sized cabinet easily. 

At 5:57pm on September 21, 2015, Y2K Bruce said…

Did you mean the Tasman with the 16 ? That's the one I was inquiring about vs the Tasman you have with the Philly in it size wise/

At 10:40am on April 19, 2016, Nick said…
Y2k bruce contact me aabout radio, how do I message anyone?

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