Decided to hit up the pawn shop a few blocks from my house since I hadn't been there in a while. They had this Acoustic 370 stashed away with all the PA equipment. Didn't have a tag on it, so I asked how much they wanted for it and they told me $100. Aside from the writing on the front (should come off with one of those magic erasers) and the missing slider covers on the graphic EQ this thing is pretty clean. Pots have little to no crackle and everything functions as it should. Now, this isn't to be confused with the Acoustic branded stuff from guitar center. I haven't dated it according to the serial# yet, but I'd have to guess this probably from the early-mid 70's. It's rated for 265w at 4ohm or 365w at 2ohm, which seems pretty conservative to my ears. I ran it through my eminence loaded 2x15 with guitar and bass and got pretty good results. Super uncompressed and very responsive. Stays pretty clean and nearly shakes itself off the cab with the volume on 10. Put a dirt pedal in front of it and welcome to doom city. Super crushing tone coming out of this thing with just my boss OS-2. Not as sought after or romanticized as some other amps from the era, but for the price it does what I need it to pretty well.