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American made micros, name them.

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [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 Supporting Member

    G-K MB series.

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


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

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

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


    Aug 14, 2013
    Toronto, On




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

    B-string 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
    acoustic image
  10. funkinbottom

    funkinbottom Supporting Member

    Apr 23, 2006
    Northern CA.
    Eden WTX500 & WTX264 & EA
  11. Should be called, American made micros made from import parts.
  12. 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 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
    +1. That's not a criticism, just the reality of the situation.
  17. Yep.
  18. An unavoidable truth.
  19. B-string

    B-string 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
    Well gee, since I specifically said I wasn't criticizing the builders...