Jimi acquired new Fender Dual Showman amps in 1968. He would typically use three of these 100 watt amps with cabinets containing two 15-inch J.B.Lansing speakers. These amps were used in the studio, and on the 1968 Experience tour, together with Marshalls and Sunn. Source [*Jimi Hendrix: Electric Gypsy* by Harry Shapiro](https://books.google.com/books?id=JB1W2dn31rwC&lpg=PP1&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false).more
Andy Hummel used a Fender Dual Showman to record at least some of the bass parts on *Radio City* by Big Star. >"For “O My Soul” and “She’s A Mover”, we put that old Dual Showman out in the middle of the studio, turned it up until it distorted mightily, and recorded it through a Neumann set several feet away. All as opposed to running the bass direct. It’s my old Precision Bass for sure."-Andy Hummel, 2007more
From an interview by [Musical Mathematics](http://musicalmathematics.co.uk/dynamic-range-a-musicians-interview-with-tim-collis/); When asked about his current set up, Tim answers "I recently bought a vintage Fender Dual Showman amp (from Tristan – Pennines)." Three years after and Tim Collis continues to use this amplifier.more
In August of 2016, Explosions in the Sky had a Rig Tour with [MusicRadar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-explosions-in-the-sky-641876) to discuss their equipment. Regarding his amplifiers, Michael James had this to say: > "I play this through an Ampeg bass cabinet. I’ve honed the sound over the years so I can plug both bass and guitar in, and they both sound good."more
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