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Studio Slips - Alessandro Content

57gold

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Had the nice folks in CA at Studio Slips make covers for: 1959 Deluxe, 1966 BFSR and JTM45, Komet K60, Carol-Ann OD2 and 3r, speaker cabs and now this for an early work of George Alessandro, when he briefly employed the brand name Hound Dog:

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The case is a double padded clamshell to protect the flamed maple cab of this Bloodhound, with a 12AX7 front end with KT66s or EL34 power tubes. George was working with the legendary Ken Fischer doing his repairs, building attenuators with the Trainwreck brand. When Ken stopped building, he recommended this amp to me after waiting years for an Express. Here is what it protects (available at TGP Emporium, keeping my lower what Alessandro):

GS49YVs.jpg


Like everything they make, Studio Slips did a great job on this custom case! Highly recommended.
 
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57StratSpanker

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Had the nice folks in CA at Studio Slips make covers for: 1959 Deluxe, 1966 BFSR and JTM45, Komet K60, Carol-Ann OD2 and 3r, speaker cabs and now this for an early work of George Alessandro, when he briefly employed the brand name Hound Dog:

g1Edqdc.jpg


The case is a double padded clamshell to protect the flamed maple cab of this Bloodhound, with a 12AX7 front end with KT66s or EL34 power tubes. George was working with the legendary Ken Fischer doing his repairs, building attenuators with the Trainwreck brand. When Ken stopped building, he recommended this amp to me after waiting years for an Express. Here is what it protects (available at TGP Emporium, keeping my lower what Alessandro):
Very nice case for a beautiful amp!

GS49YVs.jpg


Like everything they make, Studio Slips did a great job on this custom case! Highly recommended.
 

J T

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Nice cover and amp!

I have a Studio Slips cover for my Komet. Perfect fit with a pocket in back for the AC cord and switch. They make good stuff.
 
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