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Wabash Chicago Ladies T Shirt 

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$23.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 17" 25"
M 19" 26"
L 21" 27"
XL 23" 28"
2XL 25" 29.5"
Description
Bluescentric original Chicago T-Shirt

Wabash Avenue is the heart of the city of Chicago, and the heart of electric Chicago blues. A bustling street hosting millions of people every year, Wabash is home to the "L Train" and Buddy Guy's Legends.

A mid-twentieth century gem, Wabash Amps were also named for the iconic Chicago street. And as fate would have it, Wabash became the amplification of choice for classic Chicago Blues. The amplifiers are lovingly known to blues affectionados as the sound favored by Chicago legends Buddy Guy and Hubert Sumlin on hits like Howlin' Wolf's "Spoonful".

Some say Wabash amps were the house amp for Chicago-based Brunswick Records. Wabash was also rumored to have been Elmore James' amp of choice, among others.

Wabash closed more than 70 years ago, sometime in the 1950s.

This is a comfortable 4.5oz preshrunk 100% combed & ringspun cotton Anvil ladies t-shirt. Sizes run very true. These are not fitted, but lightly semi-contoured for a comfortable fit. Heather Grey is 90/10, any other heather colors are 60/40.