This is the amp you didn't know you needed. These were made in the 60s and 70s to compete with Fender Bassman amps, and they've got a cult following among guitar players all over. I got this amp on a random trade, and it's been one of my favorites ever since. They're increasingly rare, but they're an affordable alternative to buying a 60s Bassman...
I have made a couple modifications to the amp to make it more user friendly. First, I had a master volume installed to make it playable at something other than stadium volumes. Second, I had the old, ungrounded power chord replaced with grounding to prevent accidental death (you're welcome).
It has new tubes (except for a couple preamp tubes that were in good shape and sounded great), and all the knobs work as intended.
The speaker cab is 4x10. I currently only have a single Celestion Greenback installed in the cab and typically use a smaller 1x12 cabinet that weighs less than a gazillion pounds when I'm playing out. The cab and amp both date to around October 1971, so they've been a pair from day one.