1960's Klemt Echolette M40 - German Tube Amp: Serviced, Excellent! Vintage Telefunken Tubes

Original Price$699.99
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1960's Klemt Echolette M40 - German Tube Amp: Serviced, Excellent! Vintage Telefunken Tubes

Purchased from a professional recording studio. This amp has been serviced with all new electrolytic capacitors and other components as required. The tubes are a combination of modern JJ's and vintage Telefunken. I have taken many pictures of the internals of the amp, please review them. 

I have not personally tested this unit. I was assured it is in working condition by the reputable engineer at the professional recording studio. It comes with a power cable, but I do not have the correct speaker cable to test it out.

It is sold completely as is. I marked the condition as "good" based on the cosmetic condition and the servicing that has been done. I have seen these units sell for well over $1000, so I have priced it very fairly, and I don't expect it to last long. 

Please read the entire description in detail and look at all the pics. This vintage amp is sold as is with no returns or refunds. I'd advise having it checked out by a skilled tech upon arrival. 

Please check my perfect feedback and buy with confidence. Please check my other listings for more vintage gear.

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