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History Of Bass Amps #2599482
05/26/14 03:45 AM
05/26/14 03:45 AM
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Surprised you didn't mention Walter Woods in the 'lightweight' section of this article. I owned one of his early amps and he was doing that -way- before anyone else. Dunno what became of him, but he was a true innovator. I believe he told me that he'd got the idea of how to do it from some piece of military gear he'd worked on.

Re: History Of Bass Amps [Re: Suntower] #2600392
05/30/14 04:12 AM
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I also owned a Walter Woods back in the '70s one of my first really high quality bass amps. Great amp! A Walter Woods profile might be an interesting future column.


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