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|4/27/2000 11:45 PM|
|JaySG||Steely Dan on VH1: What was that amp?|
There was an amp I'd never seen on the Steely Dan
Storytellers show. From right to left there
was a Heartbreaker head on a 2-12" cabinet, a
Bogner head on a 4-12" Bogner slant cabinet, then
the mystery head with a matching 2-12" cabinet.
Anybody know what it was -- chassis down, two rows
of knobs, gold panel, elongated diamond shaped logo
on head and cabinet.
I saw them in '74 on their last tour as the almost
original band version of Steely Dan with Baxter and
Diaz on guitars, McDonald on 2nd keyboard, and two
backup singers. Almost everyone on the stage got
to sing lead, including Baxter destroying My Old
School. Fagan's ARP Oddesey refused to play
in tune. Ey, those were the days...
|4/27/2000 11:54 PM|
That there was a Guytron. I own one so I'm familiar with it. The logo is oval BTW. Cool amp. Hope this helps!
|4/28/2000 3:40 AM|
Daver is right. That was a Guytron.
|4/28/2000 11:16 AM|
I was gonna post that same question myself, I thought it was a Guytron.
|4/28/2000 5:22 PM|
Thanks all. I associated it with the 2nd guitar
player who had a blistering tone on one solo with
a 335. Since they were wireless, who knows when it
was really being used.
I pulled up their website. Interesting design. The
PS Systems EBS 100 runs a 50W plexi circuit into a
reactive load, then into a solid state 100W amp,
with some extra midi features. FWIW, PS Systems
died and evolved into Ebtech, which makes the Hum
Eliminator and a couple other small devices.
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