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    Heraton Heraton

    Hello, everybody.

    Who knows this brand: Heraton

    Please, look at this link:

    https://www.ebay.de/itm/Vintage-1960...cAAOSwoEFcL1JO

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    It seems to be built in Echolette NG-51 & M-40 boxes...

    Productions from Klemt, Echolette & Dynacord are really a mystery....

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    Had a collaboration with Framus. "In the early sixties a collaboration started with Heraton (Kurt Rankl), a manufacturer of amplifiers and electronic special equipment."
    http://www.framus-vintage.de/modules...=EN&katID=4674

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    Quote Originally Posted by g1 View Post
    Had a collaboration with Framus. "In the early sixties a collaboration started with Heraton (Kurt Rankl), a manufacturer of amplifiers and electronic special equipment."
    http://www.framus-vintage.de/modules...=EN&katID=4674
    Thanks for your answer, but, sorry, i don't see "my" amplifier, and nothing with Heraton....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mecaso View Post
    Yes, sometimes scholarly research can be a 'difficult row to hoe'. But still, a named dropped (Kurt Rankl) and a connection made (Framus, early 60s) can be important pieces to a larger puzzle. Keep digging. Maybe a phone call to the Framus museum's curator?

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    FWIW:

    Heraton - Verstärker - Elektronische Spezial-Geräte

    NF-Elektronik Kurt Rankl, 85521 Ottobrunn

    Josef-Seliger-Straße 3

    Tel: 089 / 6011101

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