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American made micros, name them.

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by David A. Davis, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. No heavier or bigger than a Walkabout.
    Aguilar Tonehammers
    Carvin micros
    ???
     
  2. B-string

    B-string Gold Supporting Member

    G-K MB series.

    Just had the thought, that is 3 in California and one in New York?
     
  3. hdracer

    hdracer Supporting Member

    Feb 15, 2009
    Elk River, MN.
    That's the only one you need.
     
  4. North American

    Traynor
     
  5. Wee-Man... He is awesome and hilarious.. :bag:

    Bet ring beat me to the gk's..
     
  6. edencab

    edencab

    Aug 14, 2013
    Toronto, On

    +1

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    I have had one for a month maybe......nice and loud great tones....1.5 lb
    .made in Canada
     
  7. B-string

    B-string Gold Supporting Member

    Just out of interest, does it say "Made in Canada" on the back? I hope our brothers to the North are not farming out :)
     
  8. pfschim

    pfschim Just a Skeleton with a Jazz bass

    Apr 26, 2006
    SF Bay Area
    how about the Phil Jones stuff ?
     
  9. Will Kelly

    Will Kelly

    Mar 3, 2010
    TX
  10. funkinbottom

    funkinbottom Supporting Member

    Apr 23, 2006
    Northern CA.
    Eden WTX500 & WTX264 & EA
     
  11. fenderhutz

    fenderhutz Supporting Member

    Jan 28, 2007
    Harpers Ferry WV
    Should be called, American made micros made from import parts.
     
  12. MVE

    MVE

    Aug 8, 2010
    Now that the Demeter VTBP-201 and HBP can be had with the Mini800D inside, do they qualify as "Micros"?
     
  13. B-string

    B-string Gold Supporting Member

    Might check the COA on Eden, they moved to off shore production and under Marshall ownership I don't know if the British have or will move it back to USA.
     
  14. I did not know about the Traynor. I certainly do not have anything against our friends north of the border. I should have specified USA.
     
  15. I think so.
     
  16. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    +1. That's not a criticism, just the reality of the situation.
     
  17. Yep.
     
  18. An unavoidable truth.
     
  19. B-string

    B-string Gold Supporting Member

    I always get a chuckle when I see this. It was the American consumer that DROVE the parts production offshore (with a little help of EPA restrictions cost and offshore tax breaks), people didn't want to pay the price. Complain if you want but your elders and even you caused it. :D
     
  20. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    Well gee, since I specifically said I wasn't criticizing the builders...
     



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