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2 канальный комбик 1976 CMI Electronics (Gibson) SG Systems SG-212 Vintage 100 Watt Tube Amp
Привоз данного агрегата обошелся в $500 ибо весит около 60 кг!!!
цена $1400 можно в руб по курсу покупки зелени. Таких в РФ не было никогда ни у кого.
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Great 1976 CMI Electronics (Gibson) SG Systems SG-212 Vintage 100 Watt Tube Amp. Here is some info posted by a reviewer who is very knowledgeable in regards to these amps.
SG Systems amps had a hybrid tube power section and solid-state preamp with two extremely rare RCA 8417 power tubes and an RCA 12AX7A (the latter is possibly a phase inverter, driving the two power tubes, similar to the early MusicMan amps, which had a 12AX7 phase inverter between the solid-state preamp and the power sections). Designed by Bob Crooks of Standel fame and manufactured by CMI Electronics (Chicago Musical Instruments - former parent of Gibson - later to become Norlin Music) in Crooks' old plant in El Monte, CA.
Models included a bass version as well as a PA system. Varied speaker configurations were the biggest difference between the models: 1-15, 2-12s, 4-10s, 6-10s, 2-10s & 1-15. All models had two channels, one clean and one with effects, each with two inputs (Hi and Lo impedance). Channel two includes a built-in Maestro (PS-1) Phase Shifter with 3 speeds, reverb, "wave form" (Maestro sine “fuzz”) distortion, and a “Notch Shift" feature that simulates an EQ with 4 presets. (The bass guitar versions such as the SG-215 did not have the phaser, fuzz or reverb.)
All effects are controllable via an optional footswitch (PSFS-2)(Not included with this model) . Both channels include separate oversized and easy-to-read volume, bass and treble controls. The effects channel adds Midrange (tone) and Accent controls, the latter being similar to an attack or presence control. A master volume knob controls the mix of both channels. The open-back cabinet is covered in lightly-grained black tolex and the edges are clad in aluminum angle stock with metal corner protectors giving the cabinets the look of an Anvil road case. The grille cloth is black with a brushed silver border and the speakers have chrome voice coils (as an option, these amps could be ordered in blue denim with blue grille cloth, and Altec speakers may have been an option). A heavy duty leather handle is installed on the top of most cabinets which roll on large round casters. (Taken from a review I posted of an SG-410 on Harmony Central.)
These have the original Thomas Organ Alnico Speakers numbered, on the back 52-7 67-7606. The two 8417 power tubes have been replaced with two 6CA7 tubes. These amps weigh in at around 80 lbs. Tolex is is very nice shape with one small imperfection as mentioned in the condition. No rips in the grille cloth. Great 1970s era vintage amplifier for that awesome 70's era sound.
In very good preowned vintage condition. Handle has cracks but is usable. There is a small cigarette burn in the surface of the tolex but does not go all the way through. The 8417 tubes have been replaced with 6CA7 (2).”