I mentioned this amp about a year ago, but wasn't able to convince the owner to sell it...today I got a second chance when I found it at my guitar tech's shop. This time, I became the new owner. It is a Kalamazoo KEA (probably a KEA-R) with the 10" Rola FC speaker. The original cabinet was destroyed so the owner installed it into this vintage old clam-shell phonograph player. Fits damn good with a very unique look to it. These are dual 6V6 amps, approx. 10 watts, and just a single knob operation. Tech gave it a clean bill of health and it sounded good, so I made the adoption. It does still have the original 2 prong cord though, which is disappointing, but I'll deal with that later. Surprisingly, the tone never gets fuzzy. Stays very articulate and clean, when cranked it takes on the AC15 clean tone flavor, but never really breaks up. In other words....I really like it. Gibson did a good job building these little amps. I am struggling to date the speaker. It clearly is a Rola (285 code) but there are only 3 digits instead of 4 following. Surely, it isn't a 1912 speaker, so not sure what the deal is with the code of 285126. The amp is likely early '50's, but I don't see a date code or serial number on the outside of the chassis, so it could be any of the years they were produced. All-in-all, a cool little amp that is lightweight, and still plenty loud enough for most uses.