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Re: Dumble clones in Holland

9/20/1999 5:47 PM
Re: Dumble clones in Holland
I believe Van Weeldens amps cost around $4000 Us,  
at least thats what I heard.  
9/23/1999 11:59 PM

"I believe Van Weeldens amps cost around $4000 Us,  
at least thats what I heard. "
If that's the ballpark price then that sure is steep!!  
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9/22/1999 1:00 PM
Dorian Dyer

does Van Weelden have a web sight? I recall reading  
an article he wrote regarding EVH's Marshall but I  
forgot the URL. Also, do you know of good sources  
for old Marshalls in Holland?  
9/23/1999 8:15 PM
Marcel B.

I don't believe Peter has a webside but you can call him after 3 PM dutch time. He brough EVH his old Marshall back to life so he knows his stuff.For vintage Marshalls you have to be very lucky here in Holland, I think you have much more chance in the States.I know of a lot of guitarist/dealers who get there stuff in the States for retail purposes in Holland.The phone number of Peter is 0548-541650 Good luck D  
Marcel B
9/24/1999 8:03 AM
Dorian Dyer

I've had better luck finding Marshalls  
in the states too. Thanks for the info.  
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