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|1/24/2001 5:15 AM|
||Fenler DE LUXE REVERB AMP ?|
|1/24/2001 5:28 AM|
So I suppose the birth rate is faster than Barnum used to say, eh?
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|1/24/2001 6:34 AM|
*laugh* it IS macdaddy cool *laugh*
12aux7 eh? is that like 1/2 the triode is a 12ax7, and the other half a 12au7?
I can honestly say I've nevr seen anything like this before!!
|1/30/2001 1:30 AM|
Right you are, as usual. I have always maintained that Barnum was off by an order of magnitude. Proof? Just look at the guitars and amps on e-bay.
That is all.
|1/24/2001 7:06 AM|
Any idea when Fender would have put that out? The front panel looks more like a Silvertone...
So that is the reverb springs mounted on an angle on the chassis?
|1/24/2001 7:21 AM|
I don't think Fender ever did put that out, Steve. If you'll take a closer look at the photos of the front panel, you'll see the logo actually says "Fenler."
The styling is after the look of the solid state Fenders of the late sixties, but I've never seen one of those with tubes in it.
|1/24/2001 7:59 AM|
Probably built in and for GI's stationed in Korea, Philippines or built in some other Asian country in a little sweat shop during the 60's.
The Elk amps that pop up once in a while are carefully similar to Fender amps too but made pretty poorly.
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