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Old 1st February 2020, 05:19 AM   #1
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Default Holden/Wasp 100 reverb

Picked Up a New Zealand Made Holden 100 reverb, anyone got a schematic.


also out put tubes say 6C50 on top made by raytheon look like kt88's any info on these? can't find on google.


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Old printing, could it be 6550?
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Old printing, could it be 6550?
yes could be very faded but i bet your right
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sold in Australia under the name wasp,because of the holden car company
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Are the transformer model numbers visible? I have a Ferguson OX207 output transformer from a 200W Wasp.
Have you checked out Classic ANZ Valve Guitar Amplifiers
Also may be worth posting on Aussie made Amplifiers
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Gosh, a Holden as well as a Rover
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