Hosts: Red Benson, Bill Cullen, George De Witt, Richard Hayes, Dennis James, Tom Kennedy, Jim Lange Years on TV: 1953 -1959; 1974-1981; 1984-1985 Name That Tune is the predecessor of shows like “Don’t Forget the Lyrics,” and yeah, looking back it is heavy on the cheese.But who didn’t love the courage of those contestants who could “name that tune in two notes” – for reals?Two main heads powered four 4×12” WEM speaker cabinets while the third head was a spare.David would also scale down his rig for TV-appearances in 1970-’71 using only one Hiwatt head and a WEM cabinet.Check out this video of some whammy highlights: Host: Jack Bailey Years on TV: 1947–1964; 1969–1970 An oldie for sure, but in its day, Queen for a Day allowed women to escape their everyday drudgery and become royalty (if only for a day) when the audience voted the biggest sob story with the applause meter.We’d love to see this one make a comeback – but spa vacations would have to replace a new washer and dryer, for sure.
Dave Reeves, who had been working for Sound City between 1966-68, had started his own company called Hiwatt and by January 1969 he began making custom 100w heads for local musicians and bands like Jethro Tull and The Who are seen using Hiwatts in May later that year.
– Hiwatt DR103 All Purpose 100W heads with Mullard 4x EL34 power tubes and 4x ECC83 pre-amp tubes.
Controls for normal volume, brilliance volume, bass, middle, treble, presence and master.
When Marshall announces that he is getting engaged to his college sweetheart, Lily Aldrin (Alyson Hannigan), it prompts Ted to take an introspective look at his life and decide that he is finally ready to settle down and start searching for "The One," much to the disgust of his "best friend" and serial womanizer Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris).
Enter Robin Scherbatsky (Cobie Smulders), a TV news reporter from Canada with whom Ted falls in love at first sight and manages to scare off just as quickly.