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Alamo Electra 2570
Pre-Owned Circa 1972 - Excellent Condition
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Alamo Electronics was originally founded in 1947 by Charles Eilenberg. In partnership with San Antonio-based Southern Music, Eilenberg originally began with radios before producing his first guitar amplifiers and instruments in1949. Selling exclusively through distributors such as Bruno and Sons, Alamo grew and also manufactured under name Aloha and served popular interests in Hawaiian music of the era by producing lap steels as well as electric guitars with accompanying amps.
Alamo held a strong regional presence and became known as a formidable Texas-based alternative to popular west-coast brands of the era and offered many accessible student models and larger wattage professional models for touring pros. Alamo continued to make guitars and amplifiers through the surf craze of the early 1960s and adopted changes to cabinet and chassis styles throughout the 1960s.
The Alamo Standard Amplifier Line-Up featured six combo amps. Top of the line was the 2570 Twin-Ten with two channels, four inputs, volume and tone controls on each channel, tremolo with speed and intensity controls, two 10″ speakers and 20 watts RMS output.
- Preamp Section: Solid State
- Output Section: Tube
- Output Wattage: 20 watts RMS (60 watts peak)
- Inputs: 2 per Channel
- Channels: 2 Vibrato/Normal
- Tubes: 6v6GTA x2, 12ax7a
- Speakers: 2 - 10''