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Sep 20, 2012 18:06:57 PDT
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Tampa, FL, United States


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Here we've got a metal cigarette case with an image of a Dallas Rangemaster treble booster effects unit on its front.  

Size:  4 1/16" x 2 3/4" x 6/8"

Holds 16 cigarettes.  With Kings it even holds a mini-Bic lighter.

Also great for holding business cards, credit cards, IDs, cash, guitar picks, earphones, earplugs, drink tickets, small tools, adapters, stickers, toothpicks, q-tips, tacks, coupons etc!

Image is UV protected too.

Rock on!!

Treble booster

One of the most important early examples is the Dallas Rangemaster, which was widely used in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Hard to find today, the Rangemaster sound is still sought after, and many clones based on its extremely simple circuit have been made commercially and by hobbyists. Unlike most of today's clones, the original Rangemaster was not a pedal, but a box meant to be placed on top of the amplifier. The circuit makes use of a single OC71 or OC44 germanium transistor. One can hear the Rangemaster in manyQueen songs, a good example being Procession from Queen's second album, Queen II.[citation needed] Tony Iommi is another Rangemaster user, and can be heard using one modified by a roadie on many Black Sabbath recordings.[1]

An alleged early user of the Rangemaster was Eric Clapton, who supposedly used one around the time of John Mayall's Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton album, in combination with a 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard and a Marshall Bluesbreaker.[4] Guitar experts, though, do not all believe that he used one.[5]

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