Playing three foot of German ply

Mo Foster became one of the country’s top session men but his origins are the same as many musicians here in the UK, searching for a playable guitar at a time when American imports were banned. Everything you played was something you had made for yourself in Post War Britain.

Then came VOLUME as amplifiers appeared thanks to Jim Marshall and Charlie Watkins, and soon you were able to deafen the room with your seventeen watts of raw power.