For sale is my lovely Ampeg B15n made in 1972, this comes with a brand new maplin stepdown transformer as the amp is on American voltage.
I bought this last year and have only used it a handful of times... this deserves a better home.
some of the Tolex needs a wee touch up on one side with glue if you want but I thought it’s fine, 1 x 15 original speaker and it’s front ported.
The owner I bought it from said he picked it up from the Andy Baxter shop in London and he picked this out of the others because it was more punchy than the rest.
I love to bridge the channels to get amazing tube grind.
pickup in Glasgow or pay £70 to £100 extra for shipping( I can get an official quote once I get it boxed up)
this amp is a bargin and sounds perfect.
GAS - Yes, But Why..?
Plenty of threads about GAS on this here board, but what I want to know is...
WHY? Let's see... you already have a really great bass, one that you lusted after and planned to get. You like it a lot, it suits the kind of work you're doing, it plays really well, it sounds really great, it looks really good, it's really comfortable to play, it suits the band, it sounds great recorded, it's well cool and everybody you meet says they love it, other bands compliment you on your great sound. It even photographs well! And of course, it's a 'keeper' and you'd never sell it!
I can understand (for example) wanting a couple of basses to cover all bases (ahem), such as a P and a J for sonic variation, or a P with flats and a P with rounds...
But why are you constantly looking for something else beyond this? Just exactly what is driving you to become a bass collector of sorts? You can only play one bass at a time. Is it fear of missing out? Do you really think after all this time and all your experience of playing basses that 'the one' is still out there waiting for you to discover it?? Why would you risk moving on your 'perfect' bass and buy what turns out to be a lesser bass, only to regret it later..?
Enquiring and obviously not-occupied-enough minds need to know!