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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by dash8311, Jan 31, 2014.
1974 Marshall 1987
Well its been modded by a Ho so...
By a doctor, no less.
I dare you to offer them $300 for it
Perhaps it was fondled by a Dr Ho
He's selling it for a friend who's an apparent "Marshall expert".
Thats always the case! lol
I didn't realize Santiago was selling an amp... He's the only legitimate expert I know of.
"I've owned a Marshall, I must be an expert." I think that is what is going on in that 'experts' head.
Dr Ho?...wasnt that a porno re-make of a james bond film?
I know this guy. His first name is Bung.
Bung Ho. He's a Canadian proctologist.
LOL...I think he means THIS Dr. HO!!! I was actually in one of his commercials...
Looks in good condition so $3000.00 isn't that far off-base
Dr. Ho... the butcher!
What? You're kidding? It's seriously butchered and modded to hell and back. But even without that, you'd be hard pushed to get $2K for a '74 PCB amp.
That amp needs it's price cutting in half, unless they can prove that it sounds like a whole choir of angels.
Was hoping you'd chime in here Damien. That's exactly what I told him (the seller).
"Good luck with your sale" quickly followed.
I just glanced at the photos, modded or not he'll get someone that will fork over 3K... I don't get all worked up about what some joker wants to sell his/her gear for. If I want something bad enough and it's within my budget I usually pull the trigger. I did notice the mods from the back but meh... to each his own
Well it is Craigslist & I don't blame him. Even if he listed it at $1,000, people would still try to low-ball at $750.
Isn't There a Dr. Ho that builds some type of Attenuator or special speaker Subwoofer type thing? The Name and Vancouver rings a faint bell.
Makes me wonder what "Improvements" are under the hood.
I KNEW it. I believe The Ultimate Attenuator is his design originally.
Ho Electronics | Ho's Electronics and Sound
I'm NOT that old.