Hello, the guitarist in my band brought this to my attention. I am fortunate enough to have two of these amps - the black one in the picture which is very close to Hywatt in appearance. I got the first of the pair about 5 years ago from a local guitar shop - immensely powerful, and frankly far too much for the type of gig I was undertaking. I located a Guy in Middlesex, a bit of an amp genius, who took it in. There is no master volume on these, so one was added, which made the amp really usable. He actually contacted someone from the old Nolan factory in the Tottenham Court Road, who now resides in Spain, and electrical diagrams were sent over. They were produced in London I believe in the late 60's, early 70's and the general plan of action was to take the best ideas off the competitor amps, and incorporate within theirs. Both my amps seemed to have been modeled on the Fender amp of the time - a bit bassman in terms of layout etc.Anyone know anything about these? Someone on an American messageboard is going on about them. Anything to do with Martin Nolan I wonder?
Does that mean you might have lost a bunch of super cool 70s knobs? Ya mad yoke ya.might do. ill have a look in the parents house next chance i get
My ever growing collection of oddball 70s brands, Sound City, Nolan and Peavey so far. What else do I need? Obvious answer is some solid state Sunn action but will be keeping my eye out for other stuff too. Not that I have any money to be buying anything.savage things altogether!
Does that mean you might have lost a bunch of super cool 70s knobs? Ya mad yoke ya.
Might finally be time to put that cab I got off you into action for this lad.
My ever growing collection of oddball 70s brands, Sound City, Nolan and Peavey so far. What else do I need? Obvious answer is some solid state Sunn action but will be keeping my eye out for other stuff too. Not that I have any money to be buying anything.
sort that out fast.Nah I put them somewhere for safe keeping but fucked if I know where.
I'm like a fucking gobshite squirrel
Yeah I lost a box of my disassembled squire strat bits that way.sort that out fast.
you dont want to end up like that time where i knew exactly where the bits for my fender musicmaster were in my folks place, but they just threw them away anyways just because one mans junk is another mans treasure.
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