Originally Posted by Muziekschuur
And the Bassking T
No, that one is a Bassking 1 or a 1T, probably the latter. They look nearly identical; the difference is the preamp - all tube in the "1" and transistors in the "1T". The older model has two DIN inputs on the left and two jacks on the right (and *very* low input impedance - but this is an easy fix).
Tha Bassking T is the entry level version which has only the master volume and tone control (which i consider fully sufficient).
If we're on photos - here's the Imperator, actually the high end variant of the Basskings:
The input section seems to be mostly identical to that of the Bassking T, except that a treble and bass boost is added (*really* useful).
The name is program: this beast gets up to 110 Watts out of two (!!!) EL34 runnig at "only" 740 V (compared to 780 V in the G-2000).
My first contact to these amplifiers was our first PA which was an Eminent 2 (in contrast to the 55 Watts of all Basskings). Four microphones or instruments could be mixed to a 5th high level input signal. Really great and lively sound. And of course identical look to the other amps; Dynacord realized an impressive modularity in this series.
BTW: that one will of course be restored to maintain its original state and not only to maintain its original look.