The musical instrument pickups, effects units and amplifiers designed and manufactured
by Harry DeArmond and Bud Rowe and later by Steve Tosh in Toledo, Ohio, from the 1940s to the 1980s, through Rowe Industries Inc.,
H. N. Rowe & Company, Rowe DeArmond Inc., DeArmond Inc. and Tosh Electronics, all of Toledo, Ohio, USA.

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Jerry Forbes said:   November 29, 2013 4:12 am PST
Hi there! I have been using your site for over a year now. It's totally the best source of information and photos of vintage DeArmond gear anywhere. Whenever I see something about a DeArmond product, I check on your site and I've found that your information is the most reliable by a mile! Two questions: 1. I've never seen anything published on vintage DeArmond gear - and I've looked hard! Have you ever thought about doing that? 2. The Wikipedia page on Harry DeArmond has been around for many years and it appears to have gone off subject, focusing more on cables and connectors - a minor detail. Would you consider trying to edit/correct that site - as if you didn't have enough to do! Jerry (New York).

Larry Sitter said:   November 14, 2013 5:06 pm PST
Thank you for the info, on DeArmond. I have Weeper Wah. #1802 Like New condition, and love it.

Carolyn Browning said:   November 14, 2013 6:02 am PST
Ben, Thank you for the offer , but you do not have to send me any catalogs , your website has all the info that I need to identify the DeArmonds. I have learned a ton from all your research. Thanks Again Carolyn

Mike Law said:   November 1, 2013 6:01 am PST
Awesome site you have put together Ben. My congratulations and thank you for linking Lawman Guitars to your awesome site. Mike aka Lawman-Mike

Frank said:   October 22, 2013 3:10 am PST
Brilliant, brilliant site. Lovely reading. I have an old Mogar semi with a melita bridge and 2 De'Armond type 40 toaster pickups and controls. both work superbly well and sound amazing . I have tried to find the guitars history 'as I have known it for 50 + yrs' with no results so after reading this site I may strip out the electrics and sell the pick ups and fit some retro's to the Mogar . interesting history about DeArmond and some nice guitars . Lovely site thank you for allowing us to be educated .

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