I’ve made those things sound like giant organs, but I’ve barely even touched a keyboard.
Lately, I’ve really been into long string bends that sound like I’m using a Whammy pedal—long, unnatural-sounding bends ending with heavy vibrato.
We have recently (7 Aug) completed a "clean-out" of old listings in the Gearslutz Member Services directory.
Any & all listings that were posted more than 365 days ago have been deleted so that we can ensure the directory remains up-to-date. I've owned many...late 60s models are the best...Sonaro, Spectrum I and II, etc.
For me, that knowledge is pointless, and after playing guitar for about 33 years I see no reason to seek that out now.
I was thinking about taking it to get serviced somewhere, since the amp is worth over 0 in working condition.
By 1964, the Sundholm brothers had designed a high powered concert bass amplifier. Thus, the Sunn Musical Equipment Company was founded.” What Wiki does not tell you is that Conrad’s ‘solution’ was basically to add a pre-amp stage to a Dynaco Mark 3 home hi-fi amp and stick it in a big speaker cabinet.
This basic design would provide the essential platform for all the classic SUNN amp heads.
They went through a terrible phase in the 70s with all of the solid state junk...avoid them like the plague.
The ones to get are the slant head models from the late 60s.