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Vintage Guitar Amp Mystery


James Pikulinski writes, "I recently bought a vintage tube guitar amplifier at a garage sale and I can't seem to find anything about it on the internet. The brand is Horugel and the model number is HG-102A. Oh and it's blue!

The only thing Googling has told me it that Horugel was a German piano manufacturer in the 60s-70s and they eventually had an Asian company make guitar amps for them.


I bought it for pennies at a garage sale from a guy who didn't seem to know much about it. The sound is pretty clean, but it's no Fender Super Reverb! It just has that great 1960s look about it. The speaker brand is Westone, but I have no idea if it's original. The power cord seems to be a cheap replacement. I will be grateful for any information retrothing readers can provide. And it's not for sale. Unless it's worth a million dollars to somebody!"


So there you have it. Does anyone know anything about this mysterious blue amp?


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