A good friend just stopped in yesterday to unload some toys he thought I might appreciate. One is a Portable T-Amp :
...should be fun and maybe even useful to have around, for testing or for outdoor tunes. I'll let you all know what I think of it once I've fired it up.
The other is a set of L100s. From what I can tell from resource material here, it's a pair of later L100As. Cabs a little rough but fixable, grilles seem modded (cloth on some protruding frame) and also a little rough. Woofs and mids look absolutely pristine, really made me gasp when I took them out to look & check models/serial #s. Tweets will need some love, one has a crinkle through the cone (might even have been a factory defect, can't tell) and the other looks like it's taken a good hit at some point ("pooched" keeps coming to mind whenever I look at it, not sure which forum member first used that in relation to f'd up tweeters). The tweets didn't come out of the cabs easily, so I didn't push my luck.
L-Pads have a touch of static, there's a sound coming from the woofer cone of the 294016 cab that sounds like it might just be the speaker leads making contact with the back of the cone, we'll see. Overall, they seem to play fine.
Some info, then more posts with pics.
Cabinet labelled L100 serial # 294320 A:
123A-3 # 91897
LE5-2 # 347924
I assume tweeter is an LE20-1, couldn't verify. Crinkled cone.
Cabinet labelled L100 serial # 294016 A:
123A-3 # 95284
LE5-2 # 348019
I assume tweeter is an LE20-1, couldn't verify. Pooched!
je, surrounded by black walnut.