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Gibson Bell Amp

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Re: Gibson Bell Amp

Post by Kolstad » Sun Apr 15, 2018 11:43 pm

Great sound, smooth transients in the drive, top end glaze.. I dont think that gtr sound will ever go out of liking. Its just timeless. Lovely song too, sounds like Neil Young meets Ozzy!

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Post by ernstinen » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:00 am

Kolstad wrote:Great sound, smooth transients in the drive, top end glaze.. I dont think that gtr sound will ever go out of liking. Its just timeless. Lovely song too, sounds like Neil Young meets Ozzy!
Thanks, Kolstad! I sold that amp so many years ago that I don't even remember much about it. It was about the size of a Blues Junior, so my guess it was maybe 15 watt max and probably had a 12" speaker in it. I do remember that it had a tremolo circuit in it that didn't work. I don't think it had reverb. That was the stock '63 Fender Strat bridge pickup, for sure. I still have it is a fire safe LOL!

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