Sunday, March 22, 2015

A microphone!

Searching through Ebay I recently found this Marlboro microphone!

Microphone Type:  Microphone-pro Wired
Model:                   M-200 Cardioid
Manufacturer:        Marlboro Sound Works, Japan
Year:                      1980 - 1984
Body Structure:     Chrome
Wire Length:          10 feet
Microphone body:  5 3/4" long and Weighs 1lb.
Distributor:             Marlboro Sound Works, Syosset, New York 11791

Here's the link to the original ad. Click it if you'd like to own this microphone.  

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Here's an interesting video of Marlboro QSB II Qadra-Blend effects unit. Very cool sounds! 


Monday, August 1, 2011

Marlboro G-50R loop

A nice Marlboro recording found on You Tube.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Another G-40R!


This one is selling on ebay at the moment! You can check it out right here. Thanks to CCS Guitars from Germany for the photos.




Thursday, February 17, 2011

Marlboro G-40R

This Marlboro Sound-Works solid state combo amplifier seems to be made in cooperation with Hohner International; German 
company (best known for their harmonicas and accordions) which still makes musical instruments nowadays. I don't know how Marlboro and Hohner were connected, but there seem to be quite a few of these out there. The Marlboro badge is different from the classic one and there is also a ''Hohner International'' badge at the bottom of the cabinet. But the writing on the back sticker, the speaker and front control plate says ''Made in U.S.A.''.

I would like to thank Thomas, who sent me these lovely pictures. 
They are clickable so the  amplifier can be seen in full detail!

Specifications:

- Model no. G-40R
- 3 Inputs: bright, normal, mellow
- Controls: volume, bass, treble, reverb and tremolo
- 240 volts, 50 Hz
- input watts: 37 W
- 12'' Marlboro special design M12Q  speaker
- Made in U.S.A.





Sunday, February 6, 2011

GREAT SOUND IN ITS PLACE






















Quite some time ago, as i searhed the internet for Marlboro related articles, i stumbled upon a magazine advertisement from the company's glory era. I later discovered that there are more of them available on ebay! They include some witty slogans and some information on specific amplifier and speaker models. If you are a collector or simply interested in a piece of amplifier history, you can buy the original ones here.