#1
So yeah, i only have a few pictures, any help would be great.









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#2
It looks vaguely TE...

Are those neon lights in the cab?
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#4
The green makes me think Trace Elliot, so does the basic setup of the controls, but it doesn't look like any of their heads i've seen before. And the cab looks sort of like an Ampeg..or maybe even a Marshall bass cab, i saw one on ebay like that. except the logo's missing.
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#5
I found out what it is.. its something from the company Acoustic.. either a 370 or 470. thanks guys.
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#7
Wow, i'm an idiot. I just bid on an Acoustic preamp and i didn't even make the connection. My bad Primate-Primus.
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#9
The green is a cloth cover over the grill, possibly to mute the harsh treble output and to match the decor of the venue. The head looks like an Acoustic 360, but the cabinet--you really can't tell.
#11
Thats a nice Ibanez hes got there

It looks strangly familiar... and he has scratches in the same place I do


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#12
The Accoustic amp is from the 70s and was top range in its day, the 370 was normaly paired with a massive rear facing 18" monster folded horn cab.
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#13
That dude looks like Lil' John. Or like he's gotta take a dump, bad.

John, but weren't thise 18" in the seventies real muddy? From what I recall, in that era amps were more powerful than the speakers could handle, so one amp was powering like 2 4x12 cabs. Photos from those venues show tons of cabs!
#14
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That dude looks like Lil' John. Or like he's gotta take a dump, bad.

John, but weren't thise 18" in the seventies real muddy? From what I recall, in that era amps were more powerful than the speakers could handle, so one amp was powering like 2 4x12 cabs. Photos from those venues show tons of cabs!

Very true Alex, these cabs were the last in the dinosaurs just a muddy bottom end, soon afterwards things really changed, In the mid 70s I started using a 200 watt Gauss 15" with a Goodmans horn mounted in the cab, (guess what everyone uses today, you've got it, Horns/tweeters).
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G&L L2500
Squier Affinity Jazz Bass 5
Ashdown RPM pre-amp
Ashdown Little Giant 1000
300 watt 15" powered cab
450 watt 15" powered sub bass cab
2x10 + horn
1x15x10 + horn