I found this amp in Value Village yesterday while I was shopping for a Halloween costume (and some cheap beer glasses). The front says "Northland" and has controls for Volume, Bass and Treble (spelled 'Trebel' on the amp), with 3 inputs. I'm not sure if it works or not; I'm going back tomorrow and asking if I can plug it in. The price tag says $30. If it works, should I go for it?

Looks nice and vintage

If it works definitely go for it, it's only $30.
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Get it for sure.

They're a knock-off of Teiscos, for the most part.

Teisco made them back in the day for re-branding.
Some of these are branded Sears.

They're not awesome legendary amps by any stretch of the imagination, but they're cool and funky and retro, and are getting a couple-few hundred on eBay.

I believe they are Canadian made, probably early-mis sixties.

Can you get more info? What tubes? Numbers on transformers? Manufacturer of parts inside? Looks cool!
Get it!

Can't go wrong for only 30$.
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If it is in working condition, well... get it!

Why don't I ever get chances like this? I mean, it's not gonna change your life, but for 30 bucks... it'll be fun to mess around with that thing.
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1. Buy the amp
2. Research as much as possible
3. Have a tech look at it and diagnose
4. Post it on CL or Ebay, as is
5. ???
6. Profit!
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Unless its electronic drums.

It looks like a bass amp, but it's still a good deal.
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Lolz that guy is a noob.

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