Some of these amps may already be registered on the main serial number pages, though it is likely that a good number are not. When the amps are pictured with cabs, the cabs are generally bass units - either T60s or 2x15" (original and repro.). For the time being, not much can be said about date. One amp has a white warning plaque (therefore before September-ish 1965); single-pin corners (where original) indicate a date certainly before mid 1966.

Whereabouts unknown. The large (new) feet of the amp apparently do not sit in the basket top of the trolley.

Sold in the UK in the late 2000s.

Picture from the Philly Guitar Show, 2006. Single pin corner protectors.

Currently in Japan. Single pin corner protectors. The back board is cut down from an AC50.

Currently in Germany. Both amps have single pin corner protectors but are probably .

Currently in the USA. Repro box, speaker cab and trolley. The amp will probably be identifiable by the scuffs on the control panel. The metal guard around the EL34s indicates a serial number higher than the 1100s.

Currently in the USA.

Small picture from the Donkiz auction website (some time ago), California.

Probably in the UK to judge by the voltage selector. Red warning plaque. Two-line serial number plate. Replaced fuse holder.

Currently in the USA. A T60 and AC100 box (no chassis) - single pin corners.

Currently in Japan.

Currently in the Czech Republic.

Currently in the USA.

Currently in the USA (Philadelphia). Pictured on top of a Super Beatle trolley.

Currently in the USA.

Currently in Sweden.

Currently in the UK.

Whereabouts unknown.

Currently in Japan. The BASS runner from the cab has been applied to the amp front. New grille cloth all round.