The 2310 was an early 'Supertone' amplifier, boasting '7 to 8 watts of undistorted output' from its 'modern metal tubes.' Two inputs, one 'gain' knob, nice red jeweled power indicator. I don't see a power switch, so I reckon power was integrated into the chicken head knob.
This Supertone is remarkably similar to the fancy-grilled 'Oahu' model amp from our friends at Valco.
There was no model number given in the 1938 catalog listing, but the chassis plate shows 'Model 2310' plain as day.
This amplifier was one
earliest amplifiers that Sears offered. As was true of many of these
first amps, it was paired with the then wildly popular 'Hawaiian steel' guitar.
The guitar offered with this package is a very 'guitar-like' steel; even the pickguard looks
like it belongs on an acoustic flattop.
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