(vintage) Wallace amp alert (ebay chassis pics)

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Re: (vintage) Wallace amp alert (ebay chassis pics)

Postby David B » Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:51 am

Wow what a beast, wonder what that lonely tube is on the platform?
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Re: (vintage) Wallace amp alert (ebay chassis pics)

Postby dai h. » Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:40 pm

does look funky. Input stage (greater isolation for noise)?
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Re: (vintage) Wallace amp alert (ebay chassis pics)

Postby David B » Wed Dec 19, 2012 3:37 pm

Yeah could be BTW history of the company is worth noting..



Ted Wallace was a sax player, but his true talent lay with all things
electronic and he decided to put this attribute to profitable use and set up his
own company in 1928, selling musical instrument amplifiers.

In 1938, he commenced commercial production of amplification designed specifically for
guitar and bass. This puts our Ted more than a wee bit ahead of the competition
in this field, both here and over in America, pre-dating the efforts of the
legendary Leo Fender, as well as long revered icons in the UK amp industry.



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