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Ampeg V4B 1976
£970

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For sale Ampeg V4B made in 1976. 100W all-tube head. 120V. 

Amp sounds great, was cleaned inside and outside, all potentiometers and switches preserved, low-emission tubes replaced for new ones (also NOS rare 6K11 tube). The same for few capacitors and off-spec resistors. As far as I remember it has three 1970s GE 7027A tubes on the power section and one Sylvania or RCA. They are matched with their specs. I love those V4Bs because you can hook almost any cab you want: 2/4/8 ohm switch, w/ two output jacks.

I have few other vintage ampegs for sale, pm for details.

Shipping would be around £40-100 depends on your location in EU. It could be insured for the full amount.

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@bassfan thanks for pointing me that I posted in a wrong place. Now it should be OK. Weight is 30kg's, you have two channels but one EQ for all. Switch for boosting high, the same for lows, 3-way midrange switch with +/- potentiometer. 100W tube power (7027As / 6L6GC or you can modify it to run 6550s), "floating" chassis suspension.

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This looks stunning and exactly what im after. Im honestly considering putting my 1978 Tokai p bass up for sale to fund this 😫

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On 09/06/2020 at 14:34, Surrpaul said:

Where are you based?

Poland. Could ship. Did it many times.

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