1974 Hiwatt 100W Slave amp. This Slave head is essentially a Hiwatt DR103 without most of the preamp circuit and no tone controls. The idea was that you could use two or more amps/stacks but only have to adjust one set of controls.
Serviced and working well.
Condition is excellent for its age. There are some scuffs and marks to the tolex but nothing major. Click on the photos to zoom in and see more shots including the internals and valves.
The serial number dates it at 1974 and it came out of the Kingston factory – info from hiwatt.org, as is this page from the Hiwatt catalogue showing the Slave spec:
Hiwatt, DR103, STA 100, Valve Amplifier, Pete Townshend, The Who
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