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Owned by Marc Mc Elroy, co-proprietor of the Electric Cave recording studio in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, our featured HD-130 Reverb is an extremely clean example, and displays why any guitarist today might want to take advantage of that pricing situation.

Otherwise, that a “vintage” amp favored by at least a few guitar-tone gods and produced to the successful design objective of the American guitar-amp god, can be had today for an easy three-figure sum is something of an anomaly.

Seit 1984 widmet sich die Ball-Familie der Herstellung der besten Instrumente der Welt.

The history of the Music Man company began about 1971 when Tom Walker, Forrest White and Leo Fender started a company called Tri-Sonic. Leo Fender himself had to sign a 10 years non-compete contract when he sold his company Fender Musical Instruments to the CBS Corporation in 1965, so he remained in the background until 1975.

It could be a prototype, because it has no inlay and it doesn't look like it has the Crunch Lab and Liqui Fire combination as pickups.

Die Familie Ball gehört zu einer aussterbenden Gattung – ein Familienunternehmen, das seine Gitarren und Bässe ausschließlich in den USA fertigt.

Whether in head or combo form, the HD-130 Reverb was clearly intended to knock the silverface Fender Twin Reverb off its roost; in terms of performance, many owners would tell you it did.

Packed with the popular onboard effects of reverb and tremolo, the Music Man developed a whopping 130 watts from an output stage comprised of four 6CA7 tubes (a U. version of the EL34), but used a solidstate preamp circuit in each channel for a clean, reliable signal chain.

In very short, these are: The Music Man amp range in 1977, from left to right, front: 112 Sixty-five ; 410 Sixty-five, second row: 212 HD 130 ; 112 Sixty-five, third row: 410 HD 130 ; 212 Sixty-five, back: Sixty-five ; HD 130 ; Sixty-five ; HD 130Fender amps were basically built for a clean sound.