What ampilifer is this?

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  1. Randell scott

    Randell scott Member

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    I realy like it. And it's size. I do not know the name of it Or what brand it is. Thanks.
     
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    A Stereson Rebel III?
     
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  4. Randell scott

    Randell scott Member

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    Is it new or vintage. Is it any good and what dose it cost. Thanks. I thought I would never find that out. This place rocks.
     
  5. Randell scott

    Randell scott Member

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    I'm going to save my money and buy it. Starting now. I love the look. Is that leather around it? Like the old Kustoms used to do?
     
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    bbaug14 Supporting Member

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    So you are looking to purchase an amp purely on aesthetics?
     
  7. nmiller

    nmiller Drowning in lap steels Silver Supporting Member

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    Kustoms had naugahyde, which is vinyl. This amp appears to be covered in the same stuff.
     
  8. Nickstrtcstr

    Nickstrtcstr Lactose Intolerant Guitar Slinger

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    He certainly would not be the first.
     
  9. Randell scott

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    No I would not buy it for the looks. I still like the looks of it though. I love vintage ampilifers and guitars. I can not help it. I have gas. How dose it sound. The size of it is killer. I also want a vintage ElK also. The one that looks like a Fender Retolexed.

    And was they popular or not. Was they just sold in another country. I would love some info thanks. When i think I will never find the answer I ask here and get it. All of you must have played for years. So smart. You are cool bunch of people to hang out with.
     
  10. gtrplr71

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    What type of music do you play? There are lot of really cool looking amps that I think look great that just do not mesh with how I play. I would imagine that amp probably does not do 80's and modern hard rock. See what I am getting at? for what its worth it probably makes a nice comfortable chair.
     
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    Or a nice prop for a 70s porno flick.
     
  12. Randell scott

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    I like to play it all. But I play Gospel, Country, Rock,Easy Listening, and smoth mellow 70's music. Gospel, Country, and 70's mellow music is my favorite to play. I like Deep Blues music and Sugar Ray. Their sound.
     

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