Peter Traynor was working as the business's repairman  and had been customizing amplifiers by using readily available components. By the end of , Traynor began selling his Dynabass amps along with matching inch speaker cabinets, as well as public address PA speakers  based on a reference book of s RCA commercial loudspeaker designs. Long and Traynor partnered in the venture,  with Long owning two-thirds and Traynor one-third. The line of products was sold with Traynor logos on the front and rear nameplates reading "mfg. The operation moved to Dundas Street near Parliament in Toronto.