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I think he's referring to the ERIE
Very nice build, Mr. Vogel.
Here is a pair from my collection, 1956 Hamburg manufacture.
Mullard 1600 from 1954, this type pre dates the Mc1.[IMG] [IMG]
These don't seem to get a lot love, but I have no complaints.
Got these from you Brian years ago, on your recommendation. Their condition is...
No Neil, he is still not making them.
This one was purchased years ago and is from my spare parts inventory.
Went with a real RS OT instead.
Yes Neil, the finish does indeed look very nice.
Here is a Merren RS OT.
From my '68 50W
I believe, Paul said the song was a response to The Who who he heard had just recorded
a real rocker.
^^^^^Quite an arsenal you have at your disposal^^^^^ :applause:
Also the nickname of former NBA player,
Anyone else hear the story that the Countess von Zeppelin
went to the taping because she heard about a band using the family name and was happy...
Very F*cking Cool!!!!!!!
A big thanks for posting this gem.
His tremolo picking is just UNREAL.
So much talent and hunger in that band.
RIP to all those who have fallen.
Congrats, on popping your cherry with such a cool cab!
And don't forget to also get one of these.......
Like others have said, sometimes a pedal can have a
learning curve associated with it.
I am using this as my treble boost pedal
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Are you in the United States?