TUCK 'N' ROLL, BABY!!!!! I've admired Kustom chunky metalflake naugahyde amps and speaker cabs even BEFORE I wanted to play an instrument. Back in high school days (late 60s, early 70s), everyone wanted a "Kustom Tuck 'n' Roll" outfit. Lo and behold, in my bimonthly haunting of the local pawn shops, I finally timed one right. A longtime pawn ticket finally came overdue, and the store clerk rolled the item out, and tried to get it to work. The amp wouldn't light up, or make any sound through the cab. They plugged another amp into the cab and it worked fine. "But what good was a shabby-looking 40-year-old, dirty, silver chunky metalflake cabinet without a working and matching amp?", I'm guessing the store manager said to himself. He had originally priced the two together for $379.95. I have to believe that number either came out of his hat, or eBay! In any case, he didn't know how to take the amp out of the tuck 'n' roll casing to check anything, so he must have figured that he would blow both pieces out for the cost of the pawn ticket itself. One hour after opening, I walked in. First thing I saw was that sparkly metalflake naugahyde! The NEXT thing I saw was a price tag of "75.00 AS IS" . After the manager told me the particulars, it took me all of about 5 minutes to hook up an anonymous bass, plug it into an amp, and string it over to the Kustom 215-B cab, to make sure that it worked as he claimed. What a SOUND! Those two 15'ers put out a glorious thump whose only possible description would be (and I'm truly sorry for this...) GNARLY! My money was on the counter 2 minutes later. The manager then proceeded to tell me about the two guys who came it directly at opening, and promised to be back at lunch to pick the rig up. Not today! Today is the day I finally found a pawnshop deal! I will be looking for a Kustom club here at TB, and trying to gather as much information online as I can to see if I can rehab the K150-1 amp, as it truly WOULD be nice to have a working and matching set. In the meantime, I can enjoy the cab all by itself. Gee, I wonder how a "Mikey Way Mustang" would look on a stand next to this rig? .