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There's VERY little info about these amps on the internet, but what I've found out is they're very well built with P2P wiring and were a quality company. They were built in the early 90's and were imported by Gibson. I know the bigger heads they made could pump out metal tones similar to a JCM800 and the clean channel is supposed to sound like a Bassman (freakin' sweet), but what about the combos? Specifically the "Cub" or MKX 50, same amp.


They use weird Russian preamp tubes (6n2p USSR military) but they're easy to find and DIRT cheap. Apparently they're similar to regular 12ax7's but the pinouts are different and they have an extra ground for reduced noise. And most of their cabs were loaded with G12T-75's
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[thread="1166208"]Gibsons Historic Designs[/thread]