#5
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Sooo....nobody knows?
That's pretty much right. A KEH is a relic. This isn't like a vintage Fender amp that people covet.

Probably the closest you'll come is a Hammond replacement for a Fender Princeton or Deluxe.
They both used 6V6 tubes in a push-pull configuration, driving an 8 ohm speaker.
Either the 1750E or the 1750H. About $30.
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#6
Thanks a lot! Any idea for a power transformer?

By the way, you would not believe the tone of these amps. I would highly recomend picking one up , and they are fairly cheap also. Very nice cleans.
#7
I couldn't begin to guess on the power transformer.
I don't know what tube they're using for a rectifier. Maybe a 5Y3?
Even so, that suggests a typical 5 volt heater on the rectifier,
and 6 volts for the heaters for the rest.
But what about the windings feeding the B+ supply?

That circuit is using a shared cathode resistor of 200 ohms.
The Fender (tweed) Deluxe used a 250 ohm resistor.
I think the secondary on the tweed Deluxe was 325-0-325 vac.
Fender was never shy about running their tubes hard.
So I would guess from the size of the cathode resistor you have,
the most the secondary on that transformer should be around 250-0-250.

But that's just a guess-timate. The only way to know for sure is to measure one.
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