1970s live music

1970s iconic live music gear: Shure SM58, Marshall amp, Vox amp, Fender Stratocaster and a Ford Transi Van/

Some images are iconic and full of memories. For live music in the 1970s, these brands are truly memorable:

  • Shure SM58 microphone
  • Vox amplifier
  • Fender Stratocaster
  • Marshall head amplifier
  • Marshall 4 x 12″ speaker cabinet
  • Marshall PA speakers
  • Ford Transit van

What other images would conjure up memories of live music in the 1970s? Let me know.

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2 Comments on “1970s live music

  1. Beaten up wedge speakers, beer coated jack leads, Watneys Party 7, sticky floors. Despite all that it was enjoyable.

  2. For me it’s smoke filled pubs with people wearing flared Levis and waistcoats. The click of Zippo lighters.

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