70s Pignose Amps Built to Last Jersey t-shirt Small
Chest 17.5 in.
Length 23.5 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Champion
This sweet jersey style tee was made back in the 70s for the famous Pignose Amps. The shirt has held up beautifully after all this time, preserving that old school magic for years to come. It features colorblock three-quarter sleeves, awesome graphics, and the 70s era Champion Blue Bar tag.
Pignose was the work of Richard Edlund and Wayne Kimbell back in 1969. They produced what is considered the first portable electric guitar amplifier. In its early days, prototypes were sent to prominent rock musicians of the era like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, The Who, and Chicago. This led to a partnership with Terry Kath of the band Chicago, who helped market the Legendary 7-100 amplifier which is still produced and widely used today as a portable practice amp. Howard Chatt acquired Pignose in 1985 and it is now called Pignose-Gorilla. Though it's taken on a new name, the company continues to produce its famous amps and remains a reputable name in rock n roll.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small.