Every scrap of bass equipment I own is up for grabs to pay for a divorce lawyer. The kids told me all at once in a jumble in the car on April 18, 2011, that they wanted to stay with me and not her (they'd never spoken of it with each other--all three were thinking the same thing) and ever since, I've had only one goal, to make their simple wish a reality. The latest installment in this ongoing sale is, very simply, my sound, contained in two obscure perfect tubes, although they've been parked awaiting finalization of a rig that's never going to happen. There were a few other decent tubes that turned up in my quest, of which three remain. They are also up for grabs. I'll post pics of the tubes in reply to this first post, but for now, I'll just post an article I wrote at least 10, maybe 15 years ago summarizing the quest that turned up these tubes. It was published a now-defunct publication (it seems the publishing company is no more, at least not on the Web). A post that served as the draft remains on the Tube Asylum. These tubes are only for the obsessive who have every part of their rig already figured out except the tubes. They don't fix flaws in a rig; far from it--they'll show them up in excruciating detail. And they're gonna cost. Anyway, I've had far too little sleep, so I must crash before work. I have time now only to post my article.