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Neil Young..... Julien's Auction

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by wahfreak, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. wahfreak

    wahfreak Silver Supporting Member

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    Dude liked his trains
     
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    Right??
     
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    Couldn’t find this in the catolog so I’m not going.

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    A little overpriced st $200,000-300,000, but what a beauty.
     
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    Dang I shoulda been a hippie I didn't know they had so much stuff!:munch
     
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    My 13 year old son cracked up when I showed him this video. It gets really good around 8 minutes in.

     
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    Neil's just clearing out a warehouse.
     
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    Some beautiful old Marshalls.
     
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    He was(is?) part owner of Lionel Trains. He has two sons with cerebral palsy, the eldest partially inflicted and the youngest severely inflicted. These sons are from two different mothers, what are the odds of having two sons being born with the same ailment??? Neil would go to Berkeley U to invent ways his youngest son and others similarly inflicted could control the trains. The Bridge School was started and his album Trans was recorded in this time frame. A train set would also be taken on tours for all to amuse themselves...
     
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    Thanks grunge man. Some interesting info
     
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    Lots of great old studio gear.
     
  13. wahfreak

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    Peolpe don't understand relics so this would be of no interest.....
     
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    I'm thinking Patrick Swayze and Sebastian Bach will be at that auction.
     
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    I hope he donates the proceeds to a great cause!
     
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    Where you get that from? All is says is: "four Marshall Full Stack Amplifiers (estimates ranging from $3,000-$6,000)". If they were 1970 or older, the heads alone would be worth at least $3000 and if they're plexis, they'd be worth a lot more than that. Hell, a pinstripe cab alone would be worth at least $6K all by itself...
     
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    :aok I think Neil is like a chipmunk, he just stores this stuff away.
    Quite the assortment of stuff, hats, Hawaiian shirts, harps & mics...
    Here's the Marshall stuff that I ran across.


    NEAL YOUNG FREEDOM AND EL DORADO
    MARSHALL HALF STACK AMPLIFIER
    A Marshall half stack consisting of a 1972 Marshall
    Super Lead 100 amplifier head, model 1959, serial
    number 3993D, stenciled “40” and marked with tape
    “#1 Bottom Head” and a Marshall 300-watt slant
    cabinet, model 1960A, marked with tape “#1 Top
    42A”, serial number 13710. Neil Young noted that the
    amplifier was used on Freedom and El Dorado.
    Amplifier 29 by 10 by 8 inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 12
    inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 14 inches
    $3,000-5,000

    NEAL YOUNG FREEDOM AND EL DORADO
    MARSHALL HALF STACK AMPLIFIER
    A Marshall half stack consisting of a 1988 Marshall
    100-watt Super Lead amplifier head, model 1959 MK
    II, serial number W29484, marked with tape “50B”
    and a Marshall 300-watt straight cabinet, model
    1960B, marked with tape “42B.” Neil Young noted
    that the amplifier was used on Freedom and El
    Dorado.
    29 by 10 by 8 inches
    $2,000-3,000

    NEIL YOUNG MARSHALL
    FULL STACK AMPLIFIER
    A Marshall full stack consisting of a
    1969-1970 Marshall 100-watt Super
    Bass Plexi amplifier head, model
    1992, serial number 12014, marked
    with tape “#2 Head”; a 300-watt
    Marshall slant cabinet, model
    1960A, stenciled “#41B” and
    marked with tape “#2 Top”; and a
    300 watt Marshall straight cabinet
    model 1960B, marked with tape
    “#2 Bottom” and “40B.” Includes
    covers.
    Amplifier 29 by 10 by 8 inches,
    Cabinet 30 by 31 by 12 inches,
    Cabinet 30 by 31 by 14 inches
    $4,000-6,000

    NEIL YOUNG MARSHALL SUPER LEAD AMPLIFIER HEAD
    A 1969-1970 Marshall Super Lead 100 amplifier head, serial number 7959A,
    missing the back panel. The amplifier has an extra switch and indicator light.
    29 by 10 by 8 inches
    $2,000-3,000

    NEIL YOUNG MARSHALL MAJOR AMPLIFIER HEAD
    A Marshall Major 200-watt amplifier head, model 1967, serial number 4544A.
    28 1/2 by 10 1/2 by 11 inches
    $1,000-2,000

    NEIL YOUNG MARSHALL
    FULL STACK AMPLIFIER
    A Marshall full stack consisting of a
    1988 Marshall Super Lead 100-watt
    head, model 1959 MK II, serial
    number W29498, marked with tape
    “#4”; a Marshall 100-watt Bass Lead
    slant cabinet, model 1960A, serial
    number A06265, marked with tape
    “#4 Top”; and a Marshall 100 watt
    Bass Lead straight cabinet, model
    1960B, serial number A06220, marked
    “#1 Bottom, 43B.”
    Amplifier 29 by 10 by 8
    inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 12
    inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 14 inches
    $3,000-5,000


    NEIL YOUNG MARSHALL
    FULL STACK AMPLIFIER
    A Marshall full stack consisting of a
    1988 Marshall Super Lead 100-watt
    amplifier head, model 1959 MK II,
    serial number W29510, marked with
    tape “50A”; a Marshall 300-watt slant
    cabinet, model 1960A, serial number
    33588, marked with tape “#3 Top,
    43A”; and a Marshall 300 watt straight
    cabinet, model 1960B, serial number
    18032, marked with tape “#3 Bottom,
    44B”. The head has a tag that reads
    “no fuses or caps, goes into
    oscillation.”
    Amplifier 29 by 10 by 8
    inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 12
    inches, Cabinet 30 by 31 by 14 inches
    $4,000-6,000
     
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    Most of that stuff is wildly underestimated. It will sell for 2-10x the listed guesses.
     
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    I'm afraid to buy his gear, I might sound like him then.
     
  20. circle_o_5ths

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    Look at the photos.
     

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