1 Jon 3 weeks ago I'm not sure if I'm looking for enablers or someone to talk me out of it, but checked out a really cool National/Valco amp locally that I really want. However every amp I own is 4 -10 watts and this is also in that range. I really don't need another amp, especially a low wattage one. When playing through the mic input there's a touch of breakup and probably not as loud as my Laney Cub 10. Through the instrument input, it's clean, but closer to my Vox AC4 volume wise.The seller doesn't know the model number, guesses early '50s. He's only seen one other like it for sale and that seller also didn't know anything about it. But after seeing it I have a few questions (or potential ways to rationalize the purchase). What strikes me is the power tubes are two 6L6's, there is a master volume/attenuator in the back, and one of the transformers (I don't know enough to know if it's power or output) is enormous!!! The other is small in comparison but not that small in absolute terms.So I'm wondering - do you think this could be a 30W amp but resistors have drifted so much over time that it sounds like a 7W amp?But then again, 2x8" speakers doesn't really seem like a high wattage choice either.I can't decide if I want it cause it's awesome or want it cause it's bizarre. If anyone has any clue what this is, or insight to what it could be, let me know!If it had the Valco tremolo I'd have bought it in a heartbeat.