California FreeMason and Past Master
Been in amateur radio since 1976 and have held several call signs as I moved and upgraded. Then had the chance to get my initials and just had to do that. Started by building the Heathkit SB-104 which served me very well for 25 years. Then on to the Kenwood that I had always wanted. That served me for 10 years, until this year (2011) when I just had to have the Yaesu FT-2000. Only the 100 watt model, but I am really impressed with the quality of this thing and the ability to "hear-them-work-them" with just that 100 watts.
Picture is a bit out of date since I now use the Heil PL-2T boom, and my trusty old Unidyne Model 5805A mic. I loved the Kenwood TS-870, but really love the new technology of the Yaesu FT-2000. One great rig. The 2k drives an Ameritron 811H on seldom occasions, and out to either my Gap Titan DX or my Cushcraft MA5B.
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