You gotta love the fact that this tiny little 5 watt tube combo amp is designed with a circuit that includes both reverb and a tremolo (with two knobs - Intensity and Speed). Leave it to the Japanese in the early 1960's to give you the maximum number of knobs for your hard earned dollar. Amp model is 99-9141WX.
Update: I actually found a video on Youtube of a guy playing this exact model of amp. Sounds pretty darn good - the Tremolo is sweet. And the amp has a nice basic breakup that works well for its size. See below.
TLC & SOME TECH KNOWLEDGE, PLAYS A BIT, BUT CUTTING OUT. MIGHT BE A TUBE, I DON'T KNOW. I GOT TOO MANY OTHER AMP PROJECTS. CHECK OUT THE WRITE
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The conventional wisdom on Lafayette guitar amps is that they were manufactured by Univox and then rebadged. I've ran across examples of this in photographs but I believe that the same Japanese factories that made Univox amps for Univox also made Lafayettes rather than Univox specifically making Lafayette units.
In either case, both Univox and Lafayette tube amps from the mid 1960′s were considered at the time to be cheaply made and inferior to such industry leaders as Fender, Marshall, Vox, Gibson. They were intended for younger players in the "student market" and in that ambition, they were pretty successful.
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