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    Love it Mikey, quality as always :)

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    Another little gem that Mikey, thanks for sharing

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    Thank you for the lovely comments I had a feeling the equipment was of a good brand and it was quite old
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    [QUOTE=Hugh Jorgan;346929Because of the Farfisa, Selmer, Hammond, WEM and the Carlsboro Amp these are good quality equipment and not your bog-standard will-do equipment.[/QUOTE]

    The Nightclub Clientele in the late 60's and the 70's were a very demanding audience and if you wanted repeat bookings at the better paying venues, then your Group's equipment needed to pass muster. The above equipment was not only well made; but there was stacks of it for sale in the local music outlets and it stood up well to the rigours of being bounced about in the back of whatever van you had managed to purloin for the weekend!

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    I'd like to "echo" what mookster said.Some beautiful details of the cars. Nicely shot.
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    Another cracking set of images Mikey thanks for sharing them with us.

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