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Dating a danelectro guitar amps

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It was later reissued in in modified form as the "Dano '63" without the amp-in-case.

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The Dano '63 was also available as a baritone guitar [2] and a long- and short-scale bass guitar. The amplifier is built into the top-half of the hard-shell guitar case. The first one, the series, was a simple 3-watt amplifier with 2 tubes plus 1 tube rectifier, 5-inch speaker, and gain control. Inthe series later renamed was released, with a 5-watt amplifier with 3 tubes and 1 tube rectifier amplifier, with 8-inch speakers, gain, tone, tremolo speed and strength2 inputs, and one foot-switch.

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The front end of the case has its top half covered in cloth for the speaker. Inthe amp-in-case comes with both the non-tremolo version modified from and tremolo version modified from Electronically they are identical, but the "Dating a danelectro guitar amps" are moved to the opposite lid. The case is approx 37x15x3 inches. When the guitar is stored inside the case, with the speaker cloth facing upward, the guitar neck would sit on the left side of the amplifier.

The body was composed of a poplar center block and frame with Masonite top and back. It came with a single lipstick pickup at the "middle" position, controlled by a volume and tone knob.

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