I woke at 9:00 a.m. this morning to be sure that my cabinets didn't get dropped off by the brown truck only to be snagged up by some neighborhood hoodlums. I have been anxiously waiting on the couch by the front door all day to hear the sound of the diesel truck I am so familiar with.
(I'm employed by UPS, for five and one half years now. Don't gripe to me about how someone else mishandled your package, I treat every package as mine, because I know the pain of damaged parcels.)
It is not 6:30 p.m. and I am starving, I haven't eaten much more than some carrots and fish sticks to keep me at bay. I just thought that I would go ahead and start this thread and give you guys some eye candy. I have people asking me to give a review of this piece of equipment, and I plan on doing so. For the time being, I'm going to let the cab get used to my house's temperature before I plug and play. It has been in a semi-trailer all weekend, and in a metro car all day, it's cold outside (24 degress F).
So far the impression it has given me is wow, the quality of the build is outstanding, really solid. There are no tears in the tolex, the metal corners are all attached very well. The recessed handles are metal. My only concern at this point is the plastic control plate on the back, I'd like for it to be metal.
So without further introduction, I present to you Carvin's BR115.
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I'm going to go eat, and I'll get you guys up to speed as soon as possible!