1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner - SOLD

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1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner - SOLD

Post by hitparader » Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:26 am

Sold - thanks all.
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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by dodger916 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 4:43 pm

Good luck! That's a fine looking amp.

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by hitparader » Wed Jan 27, 2016 1:45 am

Thanks. I pretty much lost the use of my left hand last year, so my playing days are over. The young players I know now seem to be all about digital amp modeling and playing through their iPads or whatever. I tell them this is like driving a Hemi 'Cuda, it's old, heavy and built to do one thing very well. It kinda scares them I think.

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by dodger916 » Wed Jan 27, 2016 8:01 am

Appreciation of fine tube amps is something of an acquired taste; once it's understood no substitute will do.

Do these kids know what a Hemi 'Cuda is? Can they appreciate it, or is it just a smelly, noisy car?

Mk IIA->C+ DRGX head "Cold Sweat" in GTS shell
1966 Fender Pro Reverb
DC-3 head
Orange Dual Terror
EVM loaded Thiele; MS-12 1/2 back
71 SG; 72 Tele; 76 White Strat; 77 LP Custom; 81 Goldtop; 05 Am Dlx Strat; 11 G0 plaintop

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by hitparader » Wed Jan 27, 2016 4:27 pm

Ha good question. Maybe they've seen one on Fast & Furious or Graveyard Carz.

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by Boogieman » Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:02 pm

hitparader wrote:Ha good question. Maybe they've seen one on Fast & Furious or Graveyard Carz.

Or that Grand Theft Auto game.

Sorry to hear about your injuries. The amp looks beautiful. As an owner of an original Mk. I, I am sure it sounds great, too.

I hope it will find a good home soon. Good luck.

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Post by mesamark2b » Thu Jan 28, 2016 10:21 pm

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by Don » Fri Jan 29, 2016 12:09 am

Beautiful!

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Re: 1978 Super 60 (Mk I) - original owner

Post by RR » Wed Feb 03, 2016 5:27 pm

Nice ...

... don't mean to rain on your party, I live here in Bay Area and during the late 70's everyone ordered a Boogie so they weren't that rare here during that era.

Just recently I seen one at Guitar Center same condition as yours, not a reissue for $799. I never seen one like yours in that immaculate condition until I saw this one. At first I thought it was a reissue but it did not have the added features of the reissue.

Anyway, good luck on the sale. 8)

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