Anyone else using slugs instead of fuses? Comments on metals used and sound please

I recently began experimenting with slugs in place of fuses on most of my components and the results have been VERY rewarding. I'll write up a full review eventually but am awaiting possible different metal slugs in the near future.  I started with copper and the improvement from stock fuses to the copper slugs was quite noticeable but, honestly, nothing compared to the upgrade from copper to solid silver slugs from Golden State Silver and, shockingly, titanium slugs.  Can anyone comment on their DIRECT experience(s) with slugs other than copper?   I'm looking into tungsten and possibly molybdenum presently.  I'd love to try platinum or palladium but that's probably beyond my reach.  AND PLEASE, THERE'S NO NEED TO COMMENT ON HOW FOOLISH IT IS TO BYPASS THE FUSE WITH SLUGS-----WE ALREADY KNOW---YOU'VE TOLD US EXHAUSTIVELY.


I know you’re going to do what you’re going to do but I’ll just say this.  As an electronics tech in several audio companies I’ve seen the damage this kind of thing causes.  Especially in tube amps but the same goes for solid state.  I think tube equipment is a bigger risk because when a tube fails drastically it can blow the power and even output transformer out, as well as the parts.  I’ve opened up amps and found foil wrapped fuses or hardwired passed the fuse and had to call the customer to tell them that it’s going to cost a couple thousand dollars to repair.  They go ballistic but they did it to themselves.  With solid state you don’t have to worry about a tube failing but if a cap, transistor, etc. goes bad you blow out the entire circuit or even burn up the circuit board.  And worse it burns other things around it, like your house.  

@jacobsdad2000 That's not an amp I would ever own so I guess I can't comment.  Can you even trace your signal path?

All things said I do like and agree with firstonetalgull   As audio enthusiasts and tweekers we continue the search for the best sound possible no matter the amount of work involved or risk to the equipment.  Yes unfortunately I do understand that and have done it too many times.  But then I always figured I could repair it myself, well usually anyway.  And yes I do find it interesting figuring out the sound quality differences in metals, electronic parts, etc.  But not using a good fuse is one I’d rather not play with as I don’t want to go transformer hunting for my old tube equipment which is modded to the hilt.  Also they’re not available unless I find someone selling a full old amp that I want to buy for stripping.  But yes I do understand the search for the best sound. 

The Swiss Fuse Box with its slugs works great!

The music becomes stronger and more effortless. Afterall, we spend all kinds of money on thick power cords, cables etc. only for the power to be restricted by a thin wire inside a fuse. The Swiss Fuse Box by-passes that and protects your equipment.

Highly recommended!