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    Five Lesser Known Vintage Aussie Amp Brands

    Five Lesser Known Vintage Aussie Amp Brands

    As a companion of sort to the Aussie guitar thread...

    So Blues--seen any of these in your travels?
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    Wow, I havent found these up in our local classifieds, maybe in pawnshops, but I havent really looked at anything in detail. I will check some buy and sell shops and see what I can find!

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    Cool- I haven't hearfd of any of these however

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    I've heard of Eminar--but haven't tried any of these--if I saw any in a store I would give them a go...
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    Sure why not give 'em a go?

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    Or have someone make new versions
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    I hope to find one of these in the pawnshops. I have visited one, but sadly no amps, all guitars, all makes and models, I was super tempted to get the partscaster tele, warmoth body with fender mij neck, but it was too expensive for it's parts. there's lots of things to discover, I just need some time, and time is not something I have for now. LOL

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    If you ever find one, test drive it & let us know what you thought & why
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    Wow there were some cool ones in there. Reminds me of all the Canadian built Garner's & Traynor's of the era. Every body was trying to get a piece of the action. Every kid wanted an electric guitar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zontar View Post
    If you ever find one, test drive it & let us know what you thought & why
    I will! Ever since I tried the 76 tele in a shop, I'm really interested in trying out vintage stuff, even Japanese ones and see why they are really sought after. But I was just never a believer of vintage guitars, Id like to have one for collection, but playing wise, I thought there was never really a difference to warrant a purchase of such an expensive instrument, but the 70's tele kind of changed my mind.

    Hoping to find these amps soon!

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