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The unique Tone control cuts mids while boosting treble and bass with an integrated LED low battery indicator. One of the great chorus units of all time, the MXR M-134, is recreated with the same lush analog tone, plus more tone shaping than the 3- knob original pedals.
It has switchable voicing to accommodate all guitar body sizes & performance situations and features solderless connections. This one has seen very little use and is major upgrade over many OEM systemsfor . In addition to the usual Intensity (depth) and Rate (speed of sweep), plus a Width control to set the limit of the sweep.
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Click the 'back' plectrum to go back to the previous page, or click the "Grouse Guitars" nameplate above to go directly to the Grouse Guitars homepage. - went to Bill 1956 Maton EG240 Supreme - a nice early Supreme, and in totally original condition.
During the period from 1975-1977 Gibson used a transfer that had eight digit numbers, the first two indicate the year, 99=1975, 00=1976 and 06=1977, the following six digits are in the 100000 to 200000.
MADE IN USA were also included on the transfer and some models had LIMITED EDITION also applied.
In 1977, Gibson first introduced the serialization methodthat is in practice today.: If you're not familiar with my site, it's simple, and you'll love it or hate it: (1) This page has gear that has recently arrived; (2) Links at the bottom of this page take you to most of our gear, logically arranged by manufacturer or type, e.g. (3) Lastly, my contains a lot of gear that hasn't made it back to the proper pages yet and is sort of in limbo until I move it.It's not a fancy site but it remains unchanged since '98 and I firmly believe, "if it ain't broke - don't fix it." All guitars and other gear have pictures.Comes with OHSC - went to George 1959 Epiphone Broadway archtop electric in blonde - original and near mint with vintage HSC (serial E251Nat - 2338) - went to Craig in Rhode Island, USA late '50s or early '60s Australian Moody lap steel - a beautiful and toneful example of an early Australian lap steel. - went to Nik late '50s or early '60s Commodore lap steel - a stunning and mint art deco style lap steel of incredible quality made in New Zealand in the late '50s to early '60s - went to Chris 1960s Kay K100 Vanguard - a nice original and characterful blues machine! Made in the USA in the '60s, and even has its OHSC - went to Mark 1960 Levin 330 archtop electric - a stunning quality guitar from this highly-regarded Swedish maker - solid timbers throughout, with European Spruce top and Maple back and sides, Mahogany neck with an Ebony/Maple/Ebony centre lamination, and Rosewood fretboard. Alder body, Maple neck and slab Brazilian Rosewood board all add up to TONE! Comes with Maton HSC - went to Joseph 1961 Maton EG90 Starline 151 archtop electric - AMAZING!!This guitar was sold new in Australia, and it even comes with its original Stamford case - went to Alan 1961 Maton EG240 C/A Supreme - a really nice thinline (2 1/2" deep) vintage Maton Supreme, and in totally original condition. - an 'under-the-bed' find, and a guitar that displays the heights Australian guitar manufacturing can reach!