A spring reverb gives you reverb only through the 'echo box' .

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Low wattage, perhaps 5-8 watts through a 6' speaker.

Red/White/Black speckled tolex approx 12"x 16" x 5" deep.

**** - approx 8 watts, 1-6 inch speaker, tremolo, two inputs, four knobs (volume, tone, speed, intensity), footswitch, uniquely built amplifier sits on three legs and is circular, the amp is in the bottom section and the speaker faces upward, brown woodgrain finish with chrome trim. Beltone #AP-12 1-8" speaker, volume, tone, tremolo 8-10 watts?

, tubes: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] rectifier Beltone #AP-14 -same components as the AP-12 with a different logo and grillcloth The amps were manufactured under various brand names including, Teisco, Marco Polo, Beltone, Sears, Northland, Audition, King, Melody and more.

The tolex coverings came in purple, red with a black and white speckled pattern, tweed, tan, black and more.

This is a late 1960's Teisco thinline Hollowbody guitar in the Gibson ES style.

The Checkmate series began in 1966 in black tolex , beginning with tubes and gradually built only as solid state. In 1956 the name was changed to 'Nippon Ompa Kogyo Co'. In 1954 four tube amps were available- in two-tone light and dark tolex.

Teisco was founded in 1946 by Atswo Kaneko, a renowned Hawaiian and Spanish guitarist, and Mr. The colors ran vertically with a wider band in the center which was slightly narrower than the grill cloth.

, 1-6" spkr, red tolex w/ black lines design- 15" X 12" X 6" 2 tubes: [email protected](6)? Amps offered by Teisco in the '60s can sometimes be confusing, because they were a mix of tube and solidstate, and sometimes particular models shift back and forth. At least eleven solidstate Checkmate amps were offered in U. Teisco Del Rey catalogs in '66: the 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 25, 50, 100C and Infinite. The 6 inch speaker is loaded into the top of the lower section and the 8 watts is focused at a white plastic cone that is on the top section.