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Man Builds Working 1/6 Replica of the Dead's Wall of Sound PA

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John Schalk:
In yesterday's Wall Street Journal there was a story about Anthony Coscia's pandemic project which was to build a working model of the Grateful Dead's Wall of Sound PA from 1974.  I'll include a link to the story, but it might be behind a pay wall.  However, the story includes some terrific photos of the system from one of the band's roadies, and there are a bunch more photos on his website that can be viewed and purchased.

Richard Pechner:
https://www.rpechner.com/Music/Grateful-Dead/i-nVKqM2b

Link to WSJ Story:
https://www.wsj.com/articles/grateful-deads-wall-of-sound-lives-again-in-some-dudes-basement-11618161994?mod=hp_featst_pos5

Jim McKeveny:
I'd be interested in 1/6 scale McIntosh 2300's..

Patrick Tracy:
Yep, paywall. I'd like to know if he made working 1:6 scale B&K differential mics.

Riley Casey:
If you're on Facebook he's been posting about his build process for a while now.

https://www.facebook.com/Petite-Mur-De-Son-Mini-Wall-of-Sound-166744631760798/



--- Quote from: Patrick Tracy on April 12, 2021, 07:22:26 pm ---Yep, paywall. I'd like to know if he made working 1:6 scale B&K differential mics.

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John L Nobile:
Why?

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