Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Teisco Melody vintage Tube Combo in Los Angeles area for $50 may need work



This seller is offering one of the nifty little Teisco tube amps from the 1960's.  He says it is missing a tube so we don't know if it works but these are very simple circuits - you could probably replace all the electronic parts for less than $20. And it may work just fine.  The 50C5 output tube on this is the same as a Harmony H303A or any of a dozen small practice size tube amps from the 1960's.    This circuit is very bare bones in that it only has one preamp tube and one output tube.  The tubes for this amp are still cheap and readily available.  It is sort of like a tabletop tube radio from 1950.  There is another version of this amp with a 10 inch speaker and Tremolo - this one has an 8 inch speaker and just volume and tone. 

If you want to see a whole bunch of Teisco amps from back in the day check out this photo archive on Flickr (be aware that the Sano amps in his pics are not made by Teisco)
Click here for the TEISCO AMPS PHOTO ARCHIVE.
 

MELODY #61 TEISCO TUBE AMP

Cleaning out the man cave, another project untouched. Its an 1960's Melody #61 Tube amp. I believe these to be made by Teisco. It has one tube but is missing the other, in addition the back plate & a knob is MIA & there is some separation on the box (easy fix though) . Its got a cool red & black fleck vinyl cover. I did not power it up, as it was missing its tubes. Cleaning house, as is.
  • Location: sunland
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests





Posting ID: 3834072685
Posted: 2013-05-28, 8:14AM PDT

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