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icon6.gif  Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20096] Mon, 10 February 2014 01:26 Go to next message
bluezebra is currently offline  bluezebra
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Looking for 2 X 12 tuck and roll cabinet (GOLD) for K400-A1.
Thanks!
Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20230 is a reply to message #20096] Mon, 24 February 2014 11:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bluezebra is currently offline  bluezebra
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Actually, after doing a little research I have found that the Kustom head I have is CHARCOAL and not gold.... Smile
Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20231 is a reply to message #20230] Mon, 24 February 2014 19:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pleat is currently offline  pleat
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IF your looking for a 2x12 cab for your (I assume you meant the K200A-1 amp) the cab is 4" narrower than the K200 head. The K100-1 or K100-2 would be the same width as the 2x12 cab.
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Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20232 is a reply to message #20096] Mon, 24 February 2014 21:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bluezebra is currently offline  bluezebra
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Thanks Pleat

The head came without a serial number plate from a flea market. It was not working and needed a "lot". I got it going, but there is no Model number on front. It's one of those '67 Kustom by Ross, Inc. ones. I called it the K400 because that's the model associated with the three boards on the inside: a PC702, PC501, and two PC102's. I didn't think it was 200 watts, but I finding out schematics and information on these amps are all over the place.

I do remember the most bragged about feature of buying one back in the sixties/seventies....."Lifetime warranty"...!

It has twelve pleats across the top making it 24 inches and yes a 2x12 or 2x10 would be nice. Any further information would be appreciated. Cool
Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20234 is a reply to message #20232] Mon, 24 February 2014 22:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The early K200A series had a foil sticker on the back with several types of model numbers. Does your amp have the white circuit breakers each side of the power switch. If so it would also have the etched aluminum control panel face plate. Those models might have had a model number of 215J-1 for example. The 215 indicates a 2x15 speaker cabinet with Jensen speakers -1 would indicate a model 1 K200 amp.
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Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20235 is a reply to message #20096] Mon, 24 February 2014 22:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bluezebra is currently offline  bluezebra
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My head obviously had a serial number plate that was riveted on.
There are no circuit breakers near the switch. It does have a little RCA jack on the back panel and a hole where it appears to have once had a round jack similar to an XLR jack.
Re: Gold tuck and roll cabinet [message #20300 is a reply to message #20096] Sun, 09 March 2014 15:05 Go to previous message
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Gold Metallic Kustom 200 Tuck and Roll- Bass amp and cabinet in Good Shape - works well- bbtreats@yahoo.com best offer
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