Mxr distortion dating vintage
My amp only puts out 40 watts or less and is sufficient for most playing situations.Since writing the above preamble several months ago some things have changed. It is equipped with Sovtek 5881’s and puts out about 35 watts. I had a 76 that was warmer and less shrill than my existing 77 (which has now gone to a forum member).
The violin type sustain of a Les Paul has always inspired me, and I’ve played a 1959 Les Paul flame top for most of my guitar playing career. Regarding the square white line box, some say these are amongst the first produced, but I've never seen one with the manu date photographed when being sold etc? they could be early ones, but the transition from script logo to block has never been seen on any other mxr pedal with the pointed corners only round? To me the old blue 6 band at low volume or home use, is the nearest thing to an 'Ed-stompbox' The best way to date the graphic is the manufacture date on the side of the plastic slider casing, the embossed script logo on base used up till 78(ish) although some do appear without it, and the smooth blue finish to the paint.Most were new old stock Electro-Harmonix with a few other brands mixed in.
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