Fully-restored Grampian Type 636 Spring Reverb for sale in excellent working order. Sounds huge - great for adding...
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Fully-restored Grampian Type 636 Spring Reverb for sale in excellent working order. Sounds huge – great for adding distortion and grit to any signal.
These are increasingly hard to track down, and often have tricky issues to iron out – we’ve found few techs are able to make these sound as they should. This is a chance to obtain one of these remarkable units with our seal of approval.
Far from a one-trick pony, Grampians are things of wonder for anyone who loves rich harmonic distortion, and they have a myriad of uses in the studio – see our previous Grampian blog post for more on these machines. From Lee Scratch Perry to Pete Townshend of the Who, these unprepossessing grey boxes are responsible for a great deal of historic sonic mayhem.
This one has been converted to run using an internal 120/240v power supply. It has also had extensive service work to repair historic battery damage – see the internal photos for more information – it sports an Accutronics replacement tank and it sounds superb.
Jack sockets have been switched to conventional quarter inch (the originals are short “B” type sockets – very easy to damage by inserting a regular jack) and the all-important pilot light is functioning as it should. NOTE: The transformer has been replaced since these photos were taken.
In excellent working order and covered by our usual guarantee.
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