Three contestants are invited into Slade's house, every week to live with him and compete for Jo's heart.Every day, one of Jo's friends delivers to her house a red and white polka dot box containing a note and a clue hinting at the day's events. It was Sears entry level into their line of guitar amps. The tube version of the 5XL was sold by Sears in the United States from about 1969 through about 1972.Just as Fender’s clear objective through the tweed era and into the Tolex years was always wrapped up in the quest for “clean, clarity, headroom,” Music Man amps arrived on day one born to do just that, and in ways intended to leave Fender’s Twin Reverb – then produced under C. Regardless, in 1971 he quietly established a company called Tri-Sonic, with former Fender colleagues Forrest White and Tom Walker.In ’74, as the end of his “hush period” approached, Tri-Sonic changed its name to Music Man, then named Fender as president in ’75, when it was legally able to do so.After all of the dates, Jo chooses one of the guys to stay in Slade's house and go on a second date with her, while the others are told, "I think we should just be friends", and they have to leave the house immediately.
The preamps used the then burgeoning solid state "op-amp" integrated circuits embodying traditional Fender preamp time constants and architecture, while the power amps typically featured a Cathode Driven Tube power amp stage, much as were used in the radio broadcast industry in AM Transmitters.Each of the three guys takes Jo out on a unique date, close to his own heart.However, what none of them know is that Slade can watch the dates.Since t Summary: Five watts of hand-wired boutique tube heaven for a fraction of the cost. This particular sample appears to have been built in December of 1968, so it’s possible that it could be a Danelectro original. Up until 1968 or so, the Silvertone line of electric guitar amps were built for Sears by the Danelectro company of Neptune, New Jersey.