1 gtone 3 years ago This is not my amp - am listing it for my buddy Bob, who has owned it since 1991.From what I can gather, it's a '60 Executive that appears to be in mostly original, intact condition. No expert on these, but looks to have everything there outside of perhaps original tubes and it's missing a nut/washer on one of the lugs of the large speaker mounting lug and has an oversized washer on one of the other lugs (E. & O. E.).I tried it out and it sounds great - very full, rich and organic tone and surprising loud for a Valco Supro circuit (easily 4X louder and much fuller than a '52 Supreme I played). Both channels work but there is a little of what Bob calls "kitchen noises" in the Trem channel, most noticeable as you wick up the speed/intensity of the trem. A little DeOxit in order, perhaps? Notwithstanding, it still sounds killer and is fully usable as is. The Normal channel has an incredibly low noise ceiling for an amp of this vintage/power. A little bit of reverb or slapback in front of this rig and you'd be in rockabilly heaven.Please route all comms thru me as Bob works in a mine up north on a 2 wk in/out cycle and can be very hard to communicate with at times.About 38 lbs and 19.5" X 23.5" X 10.25", will be double-boxed, so factor that into your shipping estimates.Special price for forumites since this piece deserves to be kept in the Gretsch family, so to speak - US$800 takes it + actual shipping price from Canada (postal code S6H 3K1).