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Interchangeable phones / coils. Not as easy a project as one might think--at least not for me.  The Bucaneer Standard W/P Connectors are great but you have to get the wire lengths just right.  You also have to mirror your connections--not duplicate them.  Nothing hard about that.  Now for the interchangable phones, an endcap has to get got.  An alkaline pack will set you back $100.  (Anyone want to buy the rest?)  It's then got to be notched for the board--too low on the circle and your controls won't catch.  Hoping that some of the "overshielded" stuff I've heard about this combination are not true although it was noisy in a very harsh / fast salt environment on it's first trip.  MGM is saying that the old Blue Tubes are much more stable and better suited to this project. I've gotten great results with the WOT in fresh water though and have high hopes for this set-up.  The MGM's have awesome sound quality but not quite as wide a tonal range as the "Redheads" --great to have the choice for different applications.
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