For sale is very nice tube Integrated Amplifier: HH Scott LK-72, circa 1962. The LK-72 was the kit version of the Scott 299C and uses 7591 tubes for 36 watts a channel. The amp has been re-capped, and has been serviced.
While it is IMO pretty nice to look at, it isn't perfect, the amp has wear near the volume dial (which it seems most of the chocolate finish models exhibit), and scratches on the trim of the faceplate. The Scott will come with a new matched set of JJ output tubes and vintage american preamp tubes (if so desired i've got a number of very very nice 12ax7's that could be used in their place for a little more). In the pictures, the amp is in a "beater" cabinet that is coming apart at the seems, but I can include another complete cabinet (see pictures).
The LT-110 pictured is no longer for sale. This amp was my daily driver until I found a Scott separate pre-amp, and so now I'm willing to part with it. Many many glowing reviews of the LK-72 out there or it's factory counterpart the 299c. Phono stage is fantastic, better (again IMO) than the Sansui and Fisher tube amps I've had. The item "Beautiful Restored HH Scott LK-72 (299c) Integrated Tube Amplifier" is in sale since Sunday, July 28, 2019.This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps". The seller is "zimbida01" and is located in Evanston, Illinois. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.