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Thread: GE B36-7

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    Default GE B36-7

    I'm looking for some GE B30-7s and/or B36-7s other then what has been released with Sandpatch as the models and sounds aren't really that great, and I always been interrested in B30s and B36s. Thanks!

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    Default RE: GE B36-7

    if you're looking for CSX, and it's predecessors stuff, I found some U36Bs.

    http://www.alabamarailfan.com/msts/index.php?catid=loco

    i also think diesels-west had some B30-7s. been awhile since i've been there

    www.dieselswest.com

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    Default RE: GE B36-7

    the DW NS high hood B30-7A1's I already own, I was wondering about low hood units with K5LAR24's and RS5TRRO's (hint hint)

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    Default RE: GE B36-7

    We are most likely going to be doing some older GE units at NBRM in the near future, and GE's B36-7 was the first one I recommended to Jan. We are not sure as of yet though. Jan has lots of modeling projects, but I had hoped to have some Chessie B30's with both truck styles, and then some SBD B36's. We'll see what happens in the near future, so stay tuned!
    Nick O'Dell

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    Default RE: GE B36-7

    If you want an awesome sounding K5LA (same chord obviusly as the K5LAR24) then go to, http://www.nickelbeltrailmodels.com/ go to the CSX age, and at the bottom is a K5LA file, that includes the interior and exterior files. this recording is fantastic. The RS5Ts, well that's a little bit harder. what I would like in a horn is a K5H that sounds like the real thing.

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    Default RE: GE B36-7

    >If you want an awesome sounding K5LA (same chord obviusly as
    >the K5LAR24) then go to, http://www.nickelbeltrailmodels.com/
    >go to the CSX age, and at the bottom is a K5LA file, that
    >includes the interior and exterior files. this recording is
    >fantastic.

    Thanks! I recorded that at Altoona, PA. It's Tom Mugnano's Chessie K-5LA. He's done a grand job in restoring it. In our SBD, FL, and SCL GP40/GP40-2 pack, I included an S-5T, an R-S5T and a K-5LA. These 3 sounds should be available to the public shortly.
    Nick O'Dell

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