Super rare old bass amp built by TNT Electronics of Los Angeles CA sometime in the mid to late 1960's.
It's tough to find much info regarding these amps but from what I can gather they were hand built by a guy named Frank Cooley who also worked as a bug exterminator.
He built them for a number of well known musicians including the band Canned Heat who he also went on tour with, I believe they used these amps at Woodstock.

I am guessing this amp is around 200 watts and is set up to be used at 8 ohms, I also have a 100 watt V4B and the TNT feels much louder, reminds me of a Fender style amp on steroids, much more clean headroom. There are no markings of any kind designating the power.
I bought the amp several years ago in non working condition and payed a local tube amp guru to go through it and make it usable, he added a heavy duty 3 prong power cord, replaced all the tubes and caps and went through the entire thing cleaning up any issues.
He added the little cooling fans as he was concerned about the temps, I have used it a ton and never had any cooling issues, he also added the ports for setting the bias.
The tubes are 4 matched KT77's two nos 7025's and one nos 12 AT7

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Listed3 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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