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A really good website which covers the Great amplifiers Made by Leak.
Everything you need to know is here on this site that covers this iconic audio brand.
A web site that covers all the great vintage Tannoy speakers that a still used by countless audio enthusiast’s the world over. This is Tannoy heaven, Tannoy dual concentric drivers such as monitor reds, silvers gold and even HPD units. Of great interest are the famous Tannoy cabinet designs and if that’s not enough there is lots of information and pictures.
Home of the unique CD Clocks made from recycled CDs and DVDs! Help save the planet and send us your old CDs / DVDs.
Official Quad site and since 1936, Quad has been at the very cutting edge of high-end audio and to this day I still use a Quad 11 modified by GT audio. The reason is simple even after 40 years out of production the Quad 11 design philosophy of Peter Walker, remains consistent - it produces '...the closest approach to the original sound.'
Great local site for what’s happening with local bands and venues in the Watford/St Albans area.
Graham Tricker is one of the UK leading Hi Fi distributors. He is also one of the leading valve servicing & restoration technicians for vintage valve amplifiers and tuners from the 1950-60s etc. Brands like Leak, Quad, Radford, Pye, Rogers, Beam Echo & Dynatron which have all been meticulously restored back to original and to provide better performance than new by Graham.
One of my own Quad 11 has been restored by Graham and has been used for all our audio KT66 tests since full restoration. I can testify to how great they sound.
The most celebrated live music venue in Europe and one of the most famous in the world.
High quality transformer manufacturers who can custom build replacements for vintage amps.
A site that gives you information, manuals and modifications on these classic British amplifiers. If you have any information on sound city then they will also be happy to receive it.
A site created by Reg Goodwin which is dedicated to Watkins, Wem and Wilson guitars and WEM amplifiers.
Charlie Watkins official site and the man who in my opinion was UK’s answer to Leo Fender. Here you can get info and spare parts on Wem amplifiers and tapes for the famous copicat tape echo. Charlie has also reissued the Classic Wem dominator amplifier.
This is one for the bass players and covers what I feel is the best bass guitar Leo ever made-The Musicman stingray. This really is the bible for all Musicman lovers and covers every model. Every thing you need to know is here.
A great site which covers Hofner guitars and Selmer amplifiers and more.
A great site with pictures of vintage amps such as orange, Vox, Wem, hi watt amps plus valve data.
The stones guitarist shows some of his art work of famous faces and gives details of his London show room.
Martin sims is guaranteed to enlighten your playing.
Official vox web site with a great history page.
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