Early E.M.G WILSON HORN MODEL C.1927
This model seems to have a converted cabinet of the Pedestal model. From The Gramophone, June 1927, "Mr. E. M. Ginn is, as far as we know, the only maker who is using the Wilson horn for one of his standard models which works out at 15 guineas". A very impractical design as the horn would have to be moved all the way around or removed to access the turntable. The tonearm and soundbox on this one are not correct and later botched replacements.
The Wilson Horn was first introduced in January 1927. It was 48" long and the elbow was designed to fit HMV machines.
|Early E.M.G Wilson Horn Model
||Inverted Seymour/Wilson Gooseneck with Quincke Tube