BRAND - SUNN
MODEL - Model-T 1st Generation
FUNCTION - Electric Guitar Amplifier
DESCRIPTION - This listing is for a Vintage 1970's SUNN Model T Guitar Amplifier Head 1st Generation. This amp comes from the personal collection of guitar legend, Eddie Van Halen.
Techno Empire has been commissioned exclusively by 5150 studio to sell a number of items from Eddie's gear archives. This is a very rare opportunity for you to own an actual certified piece of musical history!
This amp has been part of his amp collection since the late 70's when he acquired it from Danny Christensen who at the time was playing guitar on Rod Stewarts "white" tour in which all the gear was painted white, including this amp. Over the years the white has changed into more of a peach color.
This rig was acquired directly from the EVH 5150 storage lockers and Techno Empire is the exclusive authorized re-seller of this item, as well as many other items which were recently secured from 5150.
Some of the items we have from EVH have Certificates of Authenticity signed by him, in this case, we were not able to catch him at the right time to do so, but we CAN provide a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the president of Techno Empire, to verify that these amps are indeed authentic and that they came from Eddie Van Halen.
Please see some of our other listings to see more EVH GEAR!
LINK - More information is available from MY SUNN MODEL T.
ACCESSORIES - This item comes only as seen in photos, does not include any other accessories.
PHYSICAL CONDITION - Good !!! Besides the the paint job, everything is solid about this amp.
WORKING CONDITION - Excellent !!! Amp was serviced and given fresh tubes specifically for this listing. (We received the amp with no tubes)
TOTAL PRE-SHIP WEIGHT - 52 lbs
TOTAL PRE-SHIP DIMS- 26" x 11" x 12"
MODEL -Model T 1st Generation
FUNCTION -Guitar Amplifier
DESCRIPTION - This listing is for avintage 1970's SUNN Model T guitar amplifier head from the personal collection of guitar legend, Eddie Van Halen.
This amp has been part of his amp collection since the late 70's when he acquired it from Danny Christensen who at the time was playing guitar on Rod Stewarts "White" tour in which all the gear was painted white, including this amp. Over the decades the white has changed into more of a peach color as seen in the photos.
This amp was acquired directly from Eddie's 5150 Studio and Techno Empire is the exclusive authorized re-seller of this item, as well as many other items which were secured directly from 5150.
Some of the items we have from EVH have certificates of authenticity signed by him, in this case, we were not able to catch him at the right time to do so, but we CAN provide a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the president of Techno Empire to verify that these amps are indeed authentic and that they came from Eddie Van Halen.
ACCESSORIES -This item comes only as seen in photos, does not include any other accessories.
PHYSICAL CONDITION -Good! Besides the paint job, everything is solid about this amp.
WORKING CONDITION -Excellent! The amp was serviced and re-tubed specifically for this listings. (There were no tubes in the amp when we got it)
TOTAL PRE-SHIP WEIGHT -52
TOTAL PRE-SHIP DIMS -26x11x12
Gladstone Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Cameron Jamie. Jamie is known for working in a wide range of media, creating films, sculptures, works on paper, and artist books that are united by an experimental approach to traditional materials and methods. This exhibition will present Jamie’s recent explorations in printmaking, as well as new ceramic masks and sculptures.
Jamie’s monotypes are the result of extensive experimentation with printmaking processes. The prints are richly layered with colorful ink washes, staccato pen lines, and the veiled form of a masked bird-like figure, renewing a familiar motif found throughout the artist’s paintings and books. Layering, erasure, working, and reworking is a generative process for Jamie, as artifacts of partially erased gestures activate the final image with records of the artist’s process.
This exhibition will also feature ceramic masks and abstract sculptures. Jamie’s ceramic sculptures are formed from organic, hand-molded shapes and pieces; through repeated firing and glazing, the structures are glossed in an animated surface pattern of swirling lava varnishes with spectacular richness. For the first time, Jamie will present his masks in a manner that allows one to view the interior of the ceramic piece, foregrounding and aligning the position of the viewer as that of the mask wearer. Jamie’s films and sculptures are often described as a form of anthropological investigation; with this new mode of presentation we are invited in not only as voyeurs of the artwork’s often hidden interior space, but also to empathize with the masked. The material exploration on display demonstrates the artist’s ability to traverse the conventional and experimental at once, re-imagining recognizable forms and expanding the discourse of ceramic and monotype.
Jamie’s new book, Front Lawn Funerals and Cemeteries, will be released at Printed Matter, Inc. (New York) on April 29, and a limited edition artist book titled KOPBF Book XIII will be available through Walther König in April.
Cameron Jamie was born in Los Angeles in 1969 and lives in Paris. His work has been presented in solo museum exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Zurich (2013) and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2006), traveling to the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Jamie has been featured in film festivals and major group exhibitions including the Berlin Biennial (2010), the Whitney Biennial (2006), the Venice Biennale (2005), and Let's Entertain/Au-dela du spectacle at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2000-2001); in September Jamie will participate in the 2015 Lyon Biennale. In 2008 Jamie was the first recipient of the Yanghyun Prize.
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