The Doug and Pat Show – Practice Amps from the 50’s and 60’s #1

Doug and Pat take you back to a time when even the practice amps were high quality: Fender tweed Champ and Princeton, Black face Champ, Gibson GA5 Les Paul Jr, Les Paul TV and the Epiphone fire breather known as the Pacemaker and lastly to England for the original Vox AC4. We plug these little guys in and see what they can do. One output tube and tons of mojo, some rare and some not so rare. Also, where is Pat’s pipe?

1 thought on “The Doug and Pat Show – Practice Amps from the 50’s and 60’s #1

  1. U guys rock, most informative site ever. Bin playin since 63. From Jersey shore. Yeah I’ve played pony, tramps, Dan Lynch Blues Bar.
    Depends how suttle your ear is but to me nothing sounds like OSCAR
    It ain’t horsehoes. Keep up the great work. 50 years playin & still learnin New stuff.
    Ps. Doug is great player, sweet vibebrato

    Kirk

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