Before you see the pictures, as you all know, I have an extreme dislike for modern Ampeg gear. However, i've played enough of the older stuff to see that it's much more transparent, and less muddy than the modern day amps. It's actually in pretty rough condition. I'm borrowing it for (at least) a year from a friend of my Dad's to fix it up. The power tubes aren't even the same kind, i've gotta get some replacement 7868s, which are somewhat hard to find (only EH makes new ones, and they're 50 bucks a pair! ). The input jacks are fairly shoddy, and it's overall just really dusty. The caps however don't look leaky at all, though, which is good. The original speaker seems to be in good condition, but farts out pretty easily. Might have to replace it with a Weber Ceramic Michican. It's also very staticy when overdriving, but almost nails the Jack Bruce sound with the volume dimed, the bass flat, and the treble all the way down. It's also not that loud, so it's perfect as a home practice amp. I'm also gonna take it down to the beach with me & my guitarist, so we can jam without being too loud.