1971 Traynor YBA-1 Bassmaster

 

Picked this up because I didn't have any amps with EL34 tubes. Really solid and much cheaper than an old Marshall. 40 to 50 watts. Extremely bright and loud, but that is easily controlled by dialing back the guitar's volume and treble. The channels can be bridged for more tonal variety. Overall I prefer my 1965 Bassmaster since it is a little softer and warmer sounding.

Power Amp: 2 x EL34

Preamp: 3 x 12AX7

Rectifier: Solid State

Effects: None

Controls: Channel 1, Channel 2: treble, bass, low range expander, high range expander

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