Re: J. Harman

It's definitely a Vibroverb.  (I spent enough time trying to read the
faceplate from across the stage until I figured out what it was. :)




From: "Steven D. Levine" <drsoul@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: J. Harman
To: Harp-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

On Tue, 2 Aug 1994, Barry Schaede wrote:

> I erred in a previous post concerning the lack of vibrato on a Fender 
> Pro.  The Brown Pro's do in fact have vibrato.  I don't know what I was 
> thinking when I sent that out.  Sorry.  Now back to Mr. Harmans 
> equipment. Is this a blackface single 15 Vibroverb?  It almost has to be.  
> The only other choice would be the single 15 Tweed vibrolux which is not 
> what you said 1st time around so I assume that's what you meant.  So what 
> I said about the Pro and Vibrolux being identical needs to be qualified.  
> They are except for the speakers.  The pro by this time was called the 
> Pro Reverb and had 2 12's.  It's all so confusing..... ..FJM  
  Vibroverb ... Vibrolux, now I'm getting confused! It was definitely not 
a blackface. It was tan or tweed, and he did tell me that he's been using 
it since he got it years ago, and recorded with it. Randy - you were 
there and know much more about equipment than I do! Help us out here! :) 

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