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  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
  • 1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke
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Ampeg

1999 Ampeg ADA6 Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar Reissue Smoke

Precio habitual
€2.000,00 EUR
Precio habitual
€2.000,00 EUR
Precio de venta
€2.000,00 EUR

 

English:

Amazing Dan Armstrong "Smoked" Japan reissue guitar from 1999 in good condition with some cosmetic wear. Does not have the "extra pickup" and comes with an Epiphone hardcase with some light damage. Weights 4,4 Kg (9.68 Pounds).

Specs:
Bolt-on neck, lucite body, rosewood fretboard

Introduced in 1969, the “see-through” Ampeg Dan Armstrong guitar earned its own modest fan club of top-name guitarists. The guitar featured a clear body made of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), a substance that had been around since the 1930s and offered commercially as Plexiglas, Lucite and Perspex.
Decidedly modernistic for its day, the Dan Armstrong guitar featured an outré design that kept it from being a major hit in the commercial sense, but its uptake by several star players quickly enshrined its status as an odd-duck classic. Still, it had a big star endorsement, courtesy of the Rolling Stones, then raging through a transatlantic tour. Keith Richards embraced the Lucite guitar wholeheartedly, while Bill Wyman occasionally played the bass through his revolutionary new Ampeg VST and “fridge” cab.
Faces (and future Stones) guitarist Ronnie Wood also took up the guitar, as did Arthur Lee of Love, Steppenwolf’s John Kay, Lou Reed (then with the Velvet Underground) and Spirit’s Randy California. Later adoptees included Joe Perry, Greg Ginn, Mike Campbell, Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and Television’s Tom Verlaine.

This guitar serves as a reissue to its revolutionary beginning. A true and rare classic.