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Amplifiers previously produced in the 1960s. Distributed by the L.W. Hagelin Company in Minneapolis, MN.
Paris was a brand used by the L.W. Hagelin Company on a line of amps in the 1960s. L.W. Hagelin was a large wholesaler of musical instruments and they distributed acoustic guitars, electric guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, harmonicas, accordions, and other accessories. Little is known about who made Paris amps, but they were all solid-state in design. They produced a full range of models from student models to professional amps. Any further information on Paris amps can be submitted directly to Blue Book Publications.

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