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Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier
Jimmy Page, June 26, 1980, Weiner Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
General Specs
Watts: 250 Watts
Features: Front Panel: Line In Jack, Line In XLR Jack, Line In / Preamp In Link, Gain, Gain Clip LED, 11-band Equalizer, EQ Out / In, Noise Reduction Out / In, Stage Output, DI Output XLR Jack, Pre / Post EQ, Effects Send Jack, Effects Return Jack, EQ LED, Slave Line Out Jack, Slave Line In Jack, Mains On LED - Rear Panel: Mains On / Off, Fan Slow / Fast, Fuse, Ultraviolet Off / On, Power Cord Socket, Speaker Out 1/4" Jack, Speaker Out XLR Jack, Fuse
Years in use: 1980
John Paul Jones used the Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier on the 1980 Over Europe Tour, replacing the Acoustic 360 Preamp. The Trace Elliot Amplifier powered a Cerwin Vega 4x15 Cabinet, most likely used for keyboards.

John Paul Jones was an early endorser of Trace Elliot, along with Brian Helicopter of The Shapes and Mark King of Level 42.


Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier
John Paul Jones, Trampled UnderfootJune 21, 1980, Ahoy Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier
John Paul Jones & Jimmy Page, Stairway To Heaven, June 26, 1980, Weiner Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier
Led Zeppelin, Nobody's Fault But Mine, July 05, 1980, Munich Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany

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