:: Overview ::
:: Features ::
Originally named "Dynabass" (1963-64), this was Pete Traynor's first amp design. Bass Masters were often used for guitar and worked very well in that role. Later, the basic electronics would be incorporated into several of Yorkville's Traynor products.
Dual pairs of inputs, dual volume controls, bass, treble, high and low (mid) range expanders, also good for guitar - tubes were 2 6CA7 outputs and three 12AX7A's in the preamp (early models had 7027A o/ps and a 5AR4 rectifier).