Early 70's Kasino 4 channel Pa amplifier. Kasino was a subdivision of Kustom amplifiers. The front panel has a 1/4" input jack for each channel and a cool purple jewel. Each channel has volume, bass, treble, and reverb controls. Master volume, master reverb controls and a "presence" on/off button complete the top panel. The back panel has five 1/4" jacks;1 monitor, 2 speaker outputs, 1 line output, and 1 footswitch. A 3-prong power outlet, on/off/on power/polarity switch, and a long 18' 3-prong power cord complete the back panel. The back panel reads " Input = 1.8 amps Output=50 WRMS" The riveted on plate reads "Kasino model Club-PA, serial no. 24317". Also printed on the back panel is "CLUB-00". It has a handle on one side and feet on the other as well as on the bottom. Cosmetically in very good condition, with no tears in the tolex and only very minor surface corrosion on the chrome. 12 of 16 silver inserts are missing from the small knobs, as seen in the pictures. I plugged a guitar in to test it and found everything working without scratchiness. It weighs about 35lbs.
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