The vendor's father was Bob Adams, who was manager/director of Sound City, one of London's leading music stores. An article in the Record Mirror, 21st March 1964, profiled Bob's career and position in the music scene at the time. In it Bob stated: ' ...sometimes you get more trouble than you bargain for, like when I had to get a new guitar through to Beatle George Harrison at the Royal Variety Show. That was a dodgy job, trying to get through those crowds.'
Dave Clark Five: A Klemt 'Echolette S' echo machine,