There are no model numbers or known illustrated advertisements for the Wilson Horn E.M.G’s.
This is basically the same as the HMV Lumiere conversions except it is in an E.M.G designed cabinet. It has the Percy Wilson Panharmonic horn and the upside down Pivot Bearing Gooseneck Adjustable tonearm.
The soundbox is revealing as it is an early Exhibition type which has probably been tweaked by David Phillips. There are two examples in the museum, one in solid wood and the other is painted black.
Here is a link to another one found with an Xa horn. Courtesy of Hideki.
|E.M.G Wilson Horn Model||Inverted Pivot Bearing Gooseneck Adjustable tonearm||Paillard GGR 255||E.M.G Exhibition Type or Meltrope I||Wilson Panharmonic||15 guineas||1927|