Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lectrolab S-400 in Seattle for $200




Hey Lookie here!! Another Lectrolab S-400...and I thought I had the only one. Very rare little amp - Single El84 output tube and tremolo circuit - gives a neat Vox AC10 type tone - I play mine at full volume and it is a nice recording amp - sounds different than any of my Fender amps - nothing like a Champ really. Records well.

Note: Mine has a pair of Alnico 8 inch speakers and htis one looks like it has a ceramic pair - so this one might be a bit louder than mine.

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Rare 1966 Lectrolab S 400 Amplifier - $200 (Issaquah)

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Date: 2009-12-12, 11:07AM PST
Reply to: sale-dnn72-1507046522@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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This original tube amp is old but looks great for its age it works good (but needs to be updated). it haze two 8" speakers it is a great amp to practice. I have no idea what the watts output is I would guss about 10-15 watts. I play bass so i dont need it to play. It was a fun to have some thing so rare. I looked to find out info on it for years and there was nothing about it or the guys who made it till a cuple years ago someone worte an article on it from the website My Rare Guitars I will put a link up so you can read it. it was the first amp i ever owned so i love it and dont like to sale it at all but i need the rent money. I need to be Firm on price. You can call 206-313-9966

Thanks for looking

http://www.myrareguitars.com/robergejan2007.html


Location: Issaquah

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