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Old 3rd May 2011, 07:55 PM   #1
Aidan135711 is offline Aidan135711  United Kingdom
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Does anyone know the manufacturer of this thing?
There is no model number or any clue apart from the little man with the sonbrerro...above the power switch.
It is a tube amp,3 inputs and 2 speaker outputs.
Mic 1,Mic 2,gram radio tape.

I was going to make a little guitar practice amp from it and it would be great if I had some drawaings for it to speed things along as I am not an expert at this.
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Old 3rd May 2011, 09:54 PM   #2
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Hi, what a funny thing! , it looks like a mexican guy, folded poncho over his right shoulder and sombrero, in a respectful attitude...
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Does anyone know the manufacturer of this thing?
There is no model number or any clue apart from the little man with the sonbrerro...above the power switch.
It is a tube amp,3 inputs and 2 speaker outputs.
Mic 1,Mic 2,gram radio tape.

I was going to make a little guitar practice amp from it and it would be great if I had some drawaings for it to speed things along as I am not an expert at this.
Looking at the power switch tells me that it was designed to be mounted upside down.
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Old 4th May 2011, 12:28 AM   #4
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Whose is this logo?
maybe someone brought it to UK from Cuba
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