Saw this Traynor on FB market place and couldn't help myself. A one owner from 1976 guy said he used it in a band then quit playing, plays and workers well but one of the EL34s started to redplate after a few minutes. Dropped it off with Al at the Music Shop in Park Rapids. Normally I'd do it myself but I'm just getting lazy and figured an old hand wired amp would do Al some good, poor guy deals with modern crap all the time. Electrolytic caps look like new, ain't going to wait till they blow and he'll put in a bias pot. Hopefully the British EL34s still have some life left in um. Guitar is a Spruce Hill from over in Perham MN been hanging in Al's shop like 10 years. I've always been drawn to it and Friday while Al was tweaking a guitar for me I had it plugged into a blackface Bassman and asked what it's take to buy it. Spruce Hill made aluminum bodies for Fender at one point then started making guitars that never quit caught on. Sunday it dawned on me that it's the perfect accessory for an Avion camper.