Uncommon spring reverb mixer from the late 60s or early 70s. Top Gear were based in the UK...
Uncommon spring reverb mixer from the late 60s or early 70s.
Top Gear were based in the UK and are more usually associated with the bright red fuzz pedals and other effects from the 60s. We’ve never seen one of these before and suspect they didn’t make many. We like the sound and it gives some useful distortion when pushed. No demos yet but they will come if it stays for long enough.
See the photos for more information about the controls. Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Condition is good overall. There is one patch of oxidation on the front, plus the usual minor dings and scuffs, mainly to the edges.
There are some crackly pots and the reverb isn’t working on every channel.
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