It's not meant to blow the roof off. It would pair well with a nice set of efficient vintage speakers meant for a low wattage application.That being said, it is a 50 year old piece of electronics and probably should be considered for some restoration. I did clean the pots and switches. I did notice that one of the rivets that holds the socket in place for the rectifier tube is loose and should probably be replaced. I will leave that up to the new owner. It shows wear from use and age and does not look new. There are some scratches to the gold colored metal case. There is an area on the rear panel where it looks like someone cut a spot to mount a 110V outlet. The outlet is gone, but the hole is there. There are a few scratches to the front panel and a ding just under the pilot lamp area. None of the damage is too bad and is is a decent looking amp... Especially for 50+ years old.
It measures approximately 12-1/4" x 4-5/8" x. I take care of the service & maintenance routines and cleaning so you don't have to do it or pay to have it done. I provide clear, quality pictures of the item and strive to accurately represent every item I sell.
Additional pictures may available upon request. I will do my best to answer as promptly as I can. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps".The seller is "audio-stereo-radio" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.