Gibson Melody Maker, Harmony H22 bass, Vox Ultrasonic
1969 Gibson Melody Maker guitarHarmony H22 bassVox Ultrasonic guitar, with built-in effects
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1966 Supro electric guitar, bass and amplifier catalogue page 5

1966 Supro instrument catalogue. Page 5, details of two guitar amps: Supro Statesman and Supro Sportsman, and two bass amps: Supro Taurus and Supro Thunderbolt.

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1966 Supro electric guitar, bass and amplifier catalogue page 5

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Jon Comment left 2nd February 2018 13:01:37
Thanks for the Thunderbolt info That was my first real guitar amp, they sold me the Bass amp because that's what the big names were using at that time, mid 60's I loved that amp until it was stolen in 1970, I know it's still in that city, been waiting all these year for it to find me. But thanks to you I now know what it cost me $179.50 and 2% sales tax those 60's prices are about 10% of what a new Supro amp goes for today with over 10% tax. Back then it was still clean sound, and for the Supro that meant only half way up on the volume knob. The great irony for me was I never had another tube amp until about 10 12 years ago, All those years I was wondering how they got that sound on those old blues records, my old Vox Westminster Bass transistor amp couldn't do it. I laughed a good one when I turned that tube amp all the way and added a taste of Reverb, WOW there it was. I had no idea. Thanks again for the picture and price info.

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