1952 Klipschorn(s)

Discussion in 'The Klipsch Korner' started by 2020, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. 2020

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    Hi

    Thought some of you might get a kick out of my 1952 Klipschorn. It and it's brother have been with me for about 18 years.

    Right now I need to clean them up, but hopefully you can look past the dust etc.
     

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    I missed a couple.
    They have too much other stuff around them to show the fronts right now, but they are in pretty good shape. These pics are all one speaker, hopefully I'll get to the other soon
     

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  3. usedto

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    Those are sweet. Love the wood horns.
     
  4. 2020

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    Thanks, usedto. I love the wood horns , too.
     
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    Looking forward to seeing the fronts, too.
     
  6. 2020

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    Hopefully I can get that in a couple of days.
     
  7. 2020

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    Voila!
    Pics of Jake and Elwood as requested. Sorry about the poor photography.
    They still need to be cleaned up a bit. T Jake BD July 9 1952.JPG Elwood  BD SEPT 23 1952.JPG Jake BD July 9 1952.JPG Elwood  BD SEPT 23 1952.JPG Jake BD July 9 1952.JPG Elwood  BD SEPT 23 1952.JPG hey have held up a LOT better than I have!
     
  8. usedto

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    SWEET!!!

    If I have old wood things that I want to save the original finish, I either use Old English scratch remover (oil with a little color in it) or Liquid Gold. Seems to work great for me.
     
  9. 2020

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    Thanks for the advice. These sure could use it. They practically have the original dust.
     

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