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arogister
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Sonus Faber wet dreams

After reading the May issue, if I had $ 40,000+ to spend, I'd order a pair of Sonus Faber Amati Anniversario with the Plinius Reference amp. My best friend treats cancer patients every day and is telling me I should never delay on these kinds of things! One of my former classmates was just diagnosed with testes cancer. We have to hurry up on this pleasure-now-not-later thing!

Is there any plan to review the (cough, cough) somewhat more affordable Guarneri Memento, preferably with cost-IS-object amplification if they can be tamed with that?

Thanks!

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Re: Sonus Faber wet dreams

Yes, time passes by way to fast... Recently I received a pair of Mementos for a limited period of time. The idea is to compare them to my old Guarneris and now I must send them back. Delicious instruments .

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Re: Sonus Faber wet dreams

You don't have to go to the top of the line. If it says Sonus Faber on it, you'll love the way it sounds.

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Re: Sonus Faber wet dreams

Go with the BEST, not anything else. My next set..life is short, you are right, why no get the best, not something with limitations. http://www.legacyaudio.com/2004/helix.html

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