Vintage Mono Block Tube Amplifier Licensed by Western Electric and AT&T. This is a vintage mono block tube amplifier model 14B made by Eastern Amplifier licensed under Western Electric and AT&T. I think it is from the 1940s or 50s. It is fully functional and sounds great.Tube line up is 6sj7, 6sl7, pair of 6v6s and a 5y3 rectifier. All tubes were tested and indicate high good on meter. I picked this up years ago with the intention of turning it into a 50s Fender Deluxe model 26.
It was a perfect candidate, only needing to change out one tube (to a 6sc7) and some resistors and caps. But I never completed this project.It turns out with the few minor changes I made listed below, the amp sounded great as a guitar (or harp) amp just the way it was, so I never went any further. Here is what I did, with minimal alterations to the amp, in order to maintain its original integrity. Replaced original power cord with a grounded 3 prong plug Added an external fuse holder. Replaced original RCA input jack with a ¼ jack Added two ¼ jacks for speaker output Replaced 6sl7 with a 6sn7 reducing gain from 70 to 20 to increase headroom. Added a handle on top and rubber feet to the bottom. This is a great little amp just the way it is and I made very few alterations.
Added a total of 4 holes in the back of the chassis; one for fuse holder, one for output impenitence tap, and two for speaker jacks. I did not paint it because I wanted to keep it original. 2 inputs: Phonograph screw terminal, and Microphone ¼ inch jack. 3 knobs: Phonograph Volume, Tone, and Microphone Volume. I do not know how to attach videos to the listing, but if you want to message me your cell number, I would be glad to text them to you.
One is with the original 6sl7 preamp tube and the other is with the lower gain 6sn7. Both tubes are included in the sale, as well as schematics for the Fender Deluxe.The Amp measures 14 wide by 9.5 tall by 6 deep and weighs about 18 lbs. The item "Vintage Mono Block Tube Amplifier Licensed by Western Electric and AT&T 2-6V6" is in sale since Friday, March 19, 2021. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps". The seller is "davidamp" and is located in Kingsville, Maryland. This item can be shipped to United States.