gwade...If that's hadden's old amp.. then that's my old clubman rig...Your explanation needs explaining.. You traded "him" a SL100 for Marshall...Who's him? hadden or store? Then the next trade...same question... I'm just curious to follow the path of on of my most revered and missed amps..And the timeline isnt making sense..
btw...If that is the same one...I can also attest that it is a killer!! 2nd best clubman 35 I've ever heard.. the only reason I got rid of it was it kept farting out for no reason at gigs...Then when I'd take it in for repair...The tech couldnt find anything qrond with it..it fired up everytime....After having the amp tech tell me I was crazy 4-5 times...I reluctantly(because I had gigs...needed a working amp)traded it for a vibroking..
Glad I own the best clubman on earth now...And good to know you own the other one...
It was on consignment at Rockin' Robin. Bart was thick into Marshall heads, Had wanted the SL 100 and had a combo so we swapped. Bart took the combo in trade. Somewhere in there a small box Silver Jubilee head and '68 Pro Reverb ended up in Bart's hands so the net is SL100, Silver Jubilee, PR, and probably some cash for the Matchless. WOW....That now seems like an impulsive purchase!!!
We should change the thread title to "six degrees of separation"!!! BTW duster, I'm familiar with the farty deal. It's not the best pedal amp in the world, my 67' BFDR is a much better pedal amp, but the Matchless, guitar, 2 cords, and my Toneman Rangemaster pedal is hard to beat!!! I've thought about spending the $300+ to send it back to Matchless to give it the old 15 year checkup.