1970's Traynor YGM-3 Guitar Mate

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Here's a fun one! A 70s handwired Traynor Guitar Mate... They've reissued these amps later one but obviously they aren't quite the same as the old school models. The circuit is very similar to that of a Fender Deluxe Reverb so it naturally has a voicing that is similar but with a little bit of Vox-esque upper midrange sprinkled in. Any wear and tear on the exterior of the amp is clearly pictured but it's in fantastic shape overall! No scratchy pots, little to no self noise, input and output jacks all pass signal, and sounds wonderful. Traynors are definitely sleepers in the amp community but have a very loyal following and are very reliable. Let's not forget that this bad boy has spring reverb and tremolo as well. So what more could you really ask for in an amp???

Year: 1970s

Brand: Traynor

Model: YGM-3 Guitar Mate 

Finish: Original Black Tolex

Power: 209 Watts Class A

Speaker: 12" ET65 

Power Section: 2 x EL84

Preamp Section: 3 x 12AX7

Rectifier: Solid State

Inputs: 2 x 1/4" 

Outputs: 1 x Ext Spkr 2 x Footswitch Outs (reverb and trem)

Controls: Boost/Treble Switch, Volume, Bass, Treble Reverb, Intensity, Speed, Standby, Power Switch is on the back

FX: Spring Reverb, Tremolo

Footswitch: Yes

Cover: No