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1948 GA-30

Tubes 'n Wood

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Ok, posting this again cause I posted from my phone last night and when I check it this morning it shows no avatar and that I have 1 post?! So, here's the story... there is a guy that approached me about possibly buying a nice looking 1948 GA-30. It is a cool looking amp, but I know nothing about them. So just asking if any forum members have this amp or any experience with this amp? It has just been serviced and 3 prong cord added too. Thank you!
 

agogetr

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Ok, posting this again cause I posted from my phone last night and when I check it this morning it shows no avatar and that I have 1 post?! So, here's the story... there is a guy that approached me about possibly buying a nice looking 1948 GA-30. It is a cool looking amp, but I know nothing about them. So just asking if any forum members have this amp or any experience with this amp? It has just been serviced and 3 prong cord added too. Thank you!
a 3 prong on a 48? he put a mustache on the mona lisa! of course i have this theory that mona was a dude so what does it matter.
actually any of the old gibsons in my opinion sounded great . the old eh150's would crank!
i love all the old gibsons and i think they are kind of sleepers price wise
 

AA00475Bassman

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I would defiantly give any old Gibson amp consideration I have a 57 GA9 just love the tone with humbucking PU's .
 
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