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Amped, The Illustrated History Of The Worlds Greatest Amplifiers

Amped, The Illustrated History Of The Worlds Greatest Amplifiers

 Amped The Illustrated History Of The Worlds Greatest Amplifiers

Hi Ya all! Let’s travel back through time to about one year ago.  Ya game?  Okay then, go check out the blog on my ’59 Fender Super, an amp that, as far as Fender is concerned, never existed!  That amp was featured in Vintage Guitar Magazine in 2010; in December of that same year, with a new house and a baby on the way, I sold that once-in-a-lifetime sweetheart at an amp show.  Gosh I miss that ol gal. 

Ah, but true love never dies!  My old flame haunts me once again, from my bedside table no less.  You see, she is featured in Dave Hunter’s new book Amped, The Illustrated History Of The Worlds Greatest Amplifiers.Fender 5G4 Brown Super Amp

If you are an amp nut like I am, buy a copy of this book now.  Even if a filly from my own stable was not featured in the book, I’d still scoop up a copy in a heartbeat.  Such coolness is seldom displayed in book form.

Amped The Illustrated History Of The Worlds Greatest Amplifiers

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My "outside" blog recommendation this week is the Guitar Noise review of Amped:  Check it out!

http://www.guitarnoize.com/review-amped-the-illustrated-history-of-the-worlds-greatest-amplifiers-by-dave-hunter/

KennyV
05/16/2012 9:00am

Oh no!  You sold the famous '59 Brown!!  It's a sad day.  Hope the new owner knows just what he has.

VAUGHN SKOW
05/16/2012 9:02am

As I remember it, he was actually a collector of brown & blond Fender amps ... and yea, he knows!