Hello all... I posted a while back about a little 1964 or '65 Magnatone 421 (Starlight, I believe it's called? Starlite maybe?) I was looking at. Long story short, I got it for pretty cheap, and finally got around to having it serviced. Thought I'd post a few pics for anyone that might find this amp interesting. The amp sounds really good. It has bias vary Trem and the Lonnie Mack Vibrato, or at least a student amp version of it (yeah, I had to re-learn the riff to "Wham"). It has a single 6HU8 power tube, which is pretty rare and pricy these days, but fortunately this one checked out fine. The speaker is a 10" alnico McGregor...I'd never heard of that company. The speaker sounds pretty good; a little too bright for my taste, but for an original early 60's speaker it's in pretty good shape. I'll probably box it up in favor of something else (the amp sounds REALLY good through my Princeton Reverb cab and the 1028K that lives in there). The amp wants to see a 4 ohm load , so I'll either live with the mismatch and go with something I already have, or maybe grab a WGS Vet 10. They are available in 4 ohm and are $50 right now on the WGS webpage (though I remember when they listed at $40 a few years ago...). Anyway, not exactly a Dumble barn find, but still a pretty cool little amp and the price was right...and I'm not exactly swimming in gigs to take up my time these days, so I figured this would be a cool little distraction. Some pics if anybody wants to see the inner workings...It has quite a few blue molded caps in it.