From the Taste era till the mid 1970s Rory used a Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster with his Vox AC30 and Fender Tweed amps.
Rory his 1961 Stratocaster through a Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster plugged into a Vox AC30 at the Musikhalle in Hamburg, Germany 1971. Photo by Heinrich Klaffs
“I found that when using the treble booster, that along with the treble boost [on a Vox AC30] you got a built-in gain, because the transistors were fairly primitive. If I used the normal input—which was very bassy, as opposed to the brilliant input—I could get that nice rough edge without getting into a very fuzzy sound. I used that for years”
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