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Discussion in 'Amp Input - Normal or Bright' started by Stevem, Aug 13, 2019.
So sad to tell , but true!
He died in a car crash on last Friday night.
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That's terrible news.
Ah, no. He was the guru. His "The Tube Amp Book" is the Bible for ampheads.
So long old friend.
I use Grove Tube Power Tubes on a regular and I love the quality control and tone I get from them despite being rebrands.
Thanks for the tones and the knowledge.
Thanks for your work!
One of those posts you can't 'like'.
The Tube Amp books were pre-internet. Lots of stuff you couldn't get were in them. That along with the Jack Darr book got a lot of us looking inside our amps. The tube business was secondary to Aspen's importance IMO. The books are his real legacy.
I spent quite a few hours with him talking amps and whatever else came up. And he loved playing guitar. He'll be missed.
A sad day and loss to us all.
RIP....I met him many times, and went to his studio/pawnshop in LA fairly often. Nice guy, and a genius. He was a Les Paul style inventor and ive seen many of his prototypes.
So sad to hear, I chatted to him in London once and he seemed a genuinely nice guy, rest easy.