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    Gary Kropp

    Ligting yet another Rothmans,in his sandals,socks,shorts singlet and glasses,Tony in his thick pommie accent,would say.F***in bullshit lad.Ten inch speakers,do nOT REPRODUCE BASS.A BASS GUITAR E STRING GOES DOWN TO 41.2 CYCLES.THE ONLY SPEAKER TO REPRODUCE THAT,IS AN 18 INCH SPKR.THEN HE WOULD PROCEED TO DEMONSTRATE IT IN LAYMANS TERMS.HE HIMSELF FOR HIS HOME STEREO,USED 18 INCH GOODMANS WITH A TWEETER.HIS SPKR BOXES?TONY WOULD MEASURE UP,THE HOLDENS AND FALCONS OF THE TIMES.SO THAT"THE LADS WILL BE ABLE TO PUT THEM IN THIR CARS.(UNLIKE HIS BIG BLUE AND WHITE GALAXIE STATION WAGON)WHICH HE USED TO DELIVER HIS PRODUCT TO FORDS MUSIC,NUNDAH MUSIC ETC.I LOVE MY OLD VASES,STILL USE THEM(WHITE ONES) AT GIGS.SO LETS KEEP IT RIGHT.10 INCH SPKRS,WERE COMMONLY USED FOR GUITAR AMPS IN THE SIXTIES.TONY HIMSELF WOULD TELL YOU ABOUT THE RESEARCH DONE IN THE 1930S IN RELATIONSHIP TO SPKR BOXES AND EFFICIENCY.18 INCH ARE FOR LONG THROUGH,15 INCH ALSO,12 INCH A HARD ROCKY (ENGLISH SOUND)10 INCH? ARE FOR F***IN GUITARS LAD!

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