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    Join Date: Oct 2011

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    I'm Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ff1d1l View Post
    OMG aren't they gorgeous!
    Cheers Nial. They sound gorgeous but they're a bit less bonnie to look at in the flesh. TBH, I don't care that they're a bit shabby as they sound sumptuous.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
    Lovely looking room and system Paul. Those big Lockwoods don't come up for sale every day. You done well there

    FWIW I think Paul Coupe a top notch bloke
    Thanks John. You're right. I've been really very lucky to be offered them. I've not seen another pair of really big Tannoys come up for sale in central Scotland in all my years of trawling the ads. I'll never be able to thank Richard enough for giving me first refusal.

    Also, you're not wrong about Paul C. I've absolutely no doubts despite certain comments above so I've gone ahead and ordered a pair of his external crossovers for the Lockwoods. Sadly, a man of his talent is kept busy and I'll have to wait a few months. Still, that's no hardship.

  2. #252
    Join Date: Jan 2008

    Location: Wrexham, North Wales, UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floyddroid View Post
    Gorgeous.
    Too true... IMO, Paul's system is one of the nicest and most thoughtfully assembled in our Gallery section

    Marco.
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  3. #253
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    Cheers Marco

  4. #254
    Join Date: Sep 2009

    Location: Derbyshire

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    I'm Josie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermit View Post
    Thanks to a very kind AoS member, I've been lucky enough to acquire a pair of Lockwood Majors with MG15s. They have their original crossovers which have just been recapped by Paul Coupe. Bigly fugly but sounding lovely.

    Very nice indeed... They are LS1 majors if I remember correctly. Looks wise I really like the look. Proper 60's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Adder View Post
    Very nice indeed... They are LS1 majors if I remember correctly. Looks wise I really like the look. Proper 60's.

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    Thanks Josie. They're LE1 cabs so you were close I wasn't sure if they were actually Majors but Nick at Lockwood confirmed that they are.


  6. #256
    Join Date: Sep 2009

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    I'm surprised you got more than a few words out of nick... Lol But, yes, they are majors, just a different design. 😁 brilliant stuff.

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