Here is a beautiful Scott that I purchased from Chris Keller about a year ago. Very few hours on the NOS tubes. Incredible, perfectly quiet, vintage Scott. Hard to find in this good of cosmetic and sonic condition.
Here is the original ad from Chris, who is one of the best restorers of these fabulous amps:
Here is a terrific example of the Scott LK-48-B integrated tube amp. The LK-48-B is the kit version of the 222-D. These are my favorite Scott amps, as they have the best blend of power and tonal sweetness. This has been meticulously restored back to spec: main power supply can replaced and new electrolytics underneath; new signal and bypass caps; troublesome selenium rectifier replaced with a silicon bridge; new bias jacks added on top of chassis tied directly to the cathode resistors for easy biasing; controls and sockets shot with deoxit. Tubes are vintage Sylvania and RCA in the AF, preamp, and inverters, a new quad of 6p14-EB output tubes (the BEST available today) and a new 5ar4 rectifier.The sound is nothing short of amazing. Lively, yet smooth low end, silky mids and highs, and absolutely superb soundstage and imaging while maintaining that classic Scott sound signature. All functions work as they should, including the headphone jack. Phono section is outstanding. Cosmetically, it is very clean and in nice shape.
I had planned to keep this one, along with a dozen other amplifiers, but I need to "thin the herd" right now. Work and family responsibilites and some health issues are forcing me to scale back on this hobby for awhile. I have been selling several amps from my own personal collection, and will probably have a few more over the coming weeks.
Will be packed in the box that it was sent in originally, bombproof.
Also, there is now an NOS Sylvania-branded Mullard rectifier. Enormous difference and those aren't cheap.