45 years ago or so I toured with Lou Reed after the Rock and Roll Animal tour and the Sally Can't Dance Tour. While we were out in Europe there was a rather large snafu causing tour economic woes so when we got home I got paid in gear. A Traynor Mono Block B head and a Traynor cab about the size of an SVT cab with a reverse 18" and 2 front loaded 10's. I played them for years around NY and Long Island until I moved to CA making it silly to drag them with. Not all that long ago a Mono Block B head showed up on Reverb and I looked with glee just to see one, so I inquired and found that it was about 5 min. from my brother in East Hampton so he went to see. I told him to check for a weird (what appears to be) some kind of drug addled etching scratched into the top and sure as shootin' yep. So, I acquired it and have it today, playing my '69 Jazz and my '014 Mike Lull through it. It weighs a ton, I'm told in testing Pete Traynor dropped them off buildings. It is not (he) his name is Tyrone Power btw, he plays like new, I mean like new and the guys in Canada sent me all the info on it. So, this is IN FACT the amp that Prakash John played on the LIVE Rock and Roll Animal record/tour AND the Sally Can't Dance same. It is a piece of true Rock History actually. I'm wondering if anyone has experience with or can comment good bad or indifferent?