Are you in the GTA? My amp tech is very good and reasonably priced. He works out of his house so overhead is low.
He knows Traynors. (this is where they were built after all)
I think he actually owns the same model as yours.
I'm only going by memory here, but didn't the pinstripe cloth get changed to basket weave (Salt N Pepper) in 1968, and then large check (checkerboard) in 1972 or so?
Edit: Oh, sorry. The OP is talking about the 1980s. Carry on. I'll go back to drinking my beer. :yum:
Welcome to the forum. :)
I have a stack of 1965s but have never played through a 1966, so can't help you with that.
However, judging from your forum handle and avatar photo, you're a bass player right? If so, that's likely to factor into the equation.
Don't Bass players generally prefer 10"...
Interesting! I think I remember reading an interview where Jimmy Page said he used an Axis amp for the studio recording of "Since I've been loving you" in late 1969 or early 1970. He said it was sitting in the hallway of the studio, (Olympic, or Island studios) and he borrowed it for that track...
Another detail about my new 1965B cab - It looks like it used to have one of those rectangular logos on the bottom left of the cloth. I don't remember ever seeing one of those on a 1965B before.
Both cabs are the same size, (width and height) the 1965A is 10" deep on the top, whereas the 1965B...