#1
here's a few pictures.

i've looked everywhere on the net within reason, NO occurences of this old thing, my dad's amp.

I hope the pictures are some help, most of the evidence of it should be clear on the pictures.













#3
i'm really sorry, you'll have to explain this to me, i have ZERO amp terminology knowledge.

p.s. very quick reply, nice.
#5
okay, sorry, no tubes, so i guess solid state?

still not a clue here, more help if possible please
#6
I'd rather you tell me about it! What does the harmonic multiplier do? Is it like chorus? How about the phase shifter? It looks really cool. I know there's a couple old SS Gibson amps that have some very nice tone. How does it sound?

And if you can find a model name or number on there, I can at least do some googling for you.
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You Don't Need 100W.

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#8
thanks for the interest:

Harmonic Multiplier: hasn't workd since my dad got it, sorry

phase shifter: gives it a real funky, blurry, smooth bendy tone, i can't describe better than that. think primus

oh yeah, it's a bass amp

looks really cool: it is brilliant

the tone is really nice, with bass and guitar, the terble/mid/bass knobs allow you to take it anywhere with lots of clarity, and the reverb box kicked booty when it still worked.

the model number i will look for now, but i've done some research before, so i hope you google better than me.

okay, here's the number: G-115


some other info i just pen-and-papered:

written on the back of the head:
"220 Vac 50/60 Hz
200 Watts"

Speakers: Ultrasonic Gibson Speakers (all four)
speaker number(all four): 52-29 67 7446
Last edited by kurbo at Jan 28, 2008,
#9
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Looks yummers.
But then again, you already knew that...



ooh yes...

love the kyuss in your name.

playing kyuss goes well through it as well.