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PostPosted: Mon, Nov 23, 2009 10:17am 
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This is the place to post up your Wizard Amp pics. Here is mine...

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Welcome to the board Rick and Wizard Amps! :rock:


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Welcome :rock:
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Man ! Mike! You had a few and early ones at that!
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I really dig the early small logos meself. :thumbsup:


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Man ! Mike! You had a few and early ones at that!
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Notice the "ARD" amp!!
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I really dig the early small logos meself. :thumbsup:


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Man ! Mike! You had a few and early ones at that!
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Welcome :rock:
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Evidently a phrase Malcom used when he tried Ricks amp.

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Notice the "ARD" amp!!
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I really dig the early small logos meself. :thumbsup:


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Man ! Mike! You had a few and early ones at that!
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Welcome :rock:
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Not nearly as impressive as Mike Fortin's post.


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:lol: :LOL: Back in the late 90's I was on a Wizard mission. I got the 50w ARD from Black Market Music in LA and a few other Wizards from them as well. I had more Wizards then pictured but back then, no digital camera. I had 3 Wizard Metals total, one had a custom plate on it which said "made for Neil Schon". It was a different circuit than my other Metals but sounded pretty much the same. It also had a tube loop which none of the others had. Also had a Wizard Rock Standard for a while.

I ended up selling that ARD back to Wizard. I don't remember the guy's name, it wasn't Rick, but someone working for him back when they were still in Van.BC around 99 or 2000.....seems like a lifetime ago.
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Cool story- I played that Schon one- a friend of mine owned it for a while. He bought it from SBG.com here in the twin Cities.


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:lol: :LOL: Back in the late 90's I was on a Wizard mission. I got the 50w ARD from Black Market Music in LA and a few other Wizards from them as well. I had more Wizards then pictured but back then, no digital camera. I had 3 Wizard Metals total, one had a custom plate on it which said "made for Neil Schon". It was a different circuit than my other Metals but sounded pretty much the same. It also had a tube loop which none of the others had. Also had a Wizard Rock Standard for a while.

I ended up selling that ARD back to Wizard. I don't remember the guy's name, it wasn't Rick, but someone working for him back when they were still in Van.BC around 99 or 2000.....seems like a lifetime ago.
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Here is one I am posting for Toddf007. I drove this one to him and dropped it off.


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Here's the empty space where my Wizard is going to go.....


Insert Wizard MC-100 here.....MC100 Inbound - dressed in gold!



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Ampaddict wrote:
I really dig the early small logos meself. :thumbsup:


Me too. In fact, I think most people always seem to like smaller logos on amps. For instance, older Marshalls and the smaller logos look better, older Dual Rectos had smaller logos and they look better...older Wizard amps had smaller logos and they looked better, etc. Pay attention Mike! :lol: :LOL: J/K


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Black one has the A tranny and the gold one was the one I demoed in Nashville and then called the shop telling JL I HAD to have it. It's the C tranny and a particularly great sounding MC100. (They ALL sound great but this one has something special!)
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Some of my old stuff.

The last one was a 50 watt Vintage Classic that was based on a JTM45 circuit rather than a Plexi and had more gain than a standard VC by a good bit. That's one I really regret letting go. I can't remember who I sold it to though, so, if you're out there, give me shout. :lol: :LOL:

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Hey Jack

Do you remember the serial # on the vintage classic?


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Do you remember the serial # on the vintage classic?


I don't. :no: I've got gut shots of the amp though, so it shouldn't be too difficult to identify. I did find a pic of the back of the amp but it's not close enough to read the number. Here it is though. Look familiar? I'll see if I can find another pic of the back that's closer.

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Hi friends, here are some pictures of my Wizard head and his cabinet. Also there is another one with two of my guitars

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note soldano X99, BADASS!

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Wizard MC 100 #WM550


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Hi friends, here are some pictures of my Wizard head and his cabinet. Also there is another one with two of my guitars

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Here is one I am posting for Toddf007. I drove this one to him and dropped it off.


The Modern Classic in that pic is now mine! :D

here it is in its new home down under
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Here is mine... a VC100 with a master volume on the back. Monster sounding amp!
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What kind of master on back? Jose? Any pics? :thumbsup:

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What kind of master on back? Jose? Any pics? :thumbsup:


I don't know what kind of Master Volume it is, but it's one of the best MV I've heard! It's just an extra knob on the back panel, but I'll get a picture up.
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...and here is the newest family member. '93 MTL 100. Already one of my favorites!!!!
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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?


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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?

I think that may have been the one I bought from him. I don't have a close-up pic of the serial number. After checking out the few photos I have of it, I'm fairly certain that it's the same amp. Same dings in the tolex.


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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?

I think that may have been the one I bought from him. I don't have a close-up pic of the serial number. After checking out the few photos I have of it, I'm fairly certain that it's the same amp. Same dings in the tolex.


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Was it you who sold it on Ebay early this year?


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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?

I think that may have been the one I bought from him. I don't have a close-up pic of the serial number. After checking out the few photos I have of it, I'm fairly certain that it's the same amp. Same dings in the tolex.


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Was it you who sold it on Ebay early this year?

I sold it to Rock N Roll Vintage. I don't know if they sold it thru ebay or not. I can find out for you. I teach there. Is there something specific you wanted to find out about it?


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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?

I think that may have been the one I bought from him. I don't have a close-up pic of the serial number. After checking out the few photos I have of it, I'm fairly certain that it's the same amp. Same dings in the tolex.


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Was it you who sold it on Ebay early this year?

I sold it to Rock N Roll Vintage. I don't know if they sold it thru ebay or not. I can find out for you. I teach there. Is there something specific you wanted to find out about it?


Thanks again!
I believe RNRV sold it through Ebay.
I was just curious about who owned it before. The amp sounds fabulous, and I'm in love with it. I have a VC100 for a long time now, and I can see this MTL staying home for a while.
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Anyone in here owned the MTL serial # WM 116 besides Ampaddict?

I think that may have been the one I bought from him. I don't have a close-up pic of the serial number. After checking out the few photos I have of it, I'm fairly certain that it's the same amp. Same dings in the tolex.


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Was it you who sold it on Ebay early this year?

I sold it to Rock N Roll Vintage. I don't know if they sold it thru ebay or not. I can find out for you. I teach there. Is there something specific you wanted to find out about it?


Thanks again!
I believe RNRV sold it through Ebay.
I was just curious about who owned it before. The amp sounds fabulous, and I'm in love with it. I have a VC100 for a long time now, and I can see this MTL staying home for a while.
Long live Wizard!

Yeah. That is a great Wizard. They are all great, but that one had a little extra mojo in it. Seems like those amps get significantly better with age. I currently have a MC100 and a MC50. They both sound amazing, but certainly have gotten sweeter with a couple years of heavy use on them. I love them so much that I've retired my '67 100 watt SuperLead which was my main amp for over 10 years before the Wizards came into the picture. I recently played an older VC50 with the small logo. It is incredible as well. Hopefully, I can convince the owner that he doesn't need it :)


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One of my MCII's with the new Wizard custom "V" trannies by MM.....perfection in a box. Liked it so much, I ordered a second one before Rick changes anything! He is an awesome amp builder to work with too.

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Congrats Steve, looks amazing. A quick rundown?

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updated wall of doom with new edition in white!


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updated wall of doom with new edition in white!

Nice :rock: Brad/Todd old one on the bottom? What year are they made? Cant beat the raw and organic tone from a Wizard. :thumbsup:

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Nice :rock: Brad/Todd old one on the bottom? What year are they made? Cant beat the raw and organic tone from a Wizard. :thumbsup:



Yes, the bottom amp and the top amp were both made in 2010. One is a C tranny the other an A. The middle is a C tranny from 2009 I think... it does not have the treble pull pot and the additional led indicators. I purchased it still in the wrapping from the original owner! I dont use the treble gain anyway as the amp has all the gain I need without that. :rock:


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At a fill in gig I did on Saturday with the 2x12 Wizard cab. M75 & Lynchback. Sounds killer.


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BAN-ONE wrote:
At all fill in gig I did on Saturday with the 2x12 Wizard cab. M75 & Lynchback. Sounds killer.


nice... I bet those lynch backs sound great. If and when they are available in 16ohms, I would like to give them a try


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