This is the coolest amp ever made for the workin bass player, its Blue Tolex
covering is in excellent shape having only a few nicks missing, its Eminence 12" speaker puts out just what's needed for any
situation from Jazz to Funk, its a later model with the grounded speaker cab that comes alive when the side locks are in place,
it still retains its Lucite "Ampeg" logo'd lit panel on the amps...
Retrofret Stock # 5914. Ampeg SB-12 Model Tube Bass Amplifier, c. 1967, made in Linden NJ, serial # 062800, blue checked Tolex finish. Height is 27 3/4 in. (70.5 cm.), 17 5/8 in. (44.8 cm.) width, and 12 5/8 in. (32.1 cm.) deep. Very Good + Condition.
Comments: Very cool and harder to find Ampeg SB12. This little fliptop combo is an excellent vintage amp for electric and its simple design offers beautiful tones through a single 12" speaker. In good condition for its age and operates perfectly.
STUPID CLEAN, Just in from long term owner, nicest one we’ve seen inside and out! All original other than the chicken heads – even has the 2 prong plug of death. This amp is way cool as there is no speaker jack. When you use the latches, it makes the magic connection and it works issue free. This amp is deadly for both bass and guitar. Crazy clean inside and out. Fresh tubes, good caps and...
Here is an excellent Ampeg B12 with its original cover. Extremely clean and trouble free. Its been serviced and has its plate caps replaced and new old stock power tubes replaced then. We have the parts that where replaced and even the original power tubes which are still in great shape. Where do I ask can you get this service except from Acme? The best little guitar shop in the midwest!
Retrofret Stock # 6302. Ampeg B-15 Model Tube Bass Amplifier (1966), made in Linden NJ, serial # 041321, blue checked Tolex finish. A typical mid-1960's B-15N Portaflex, covered in Ampeg's trademark blue check tolex with the classic deep and round sound these are rightly renowned for. Along with its slightly smaller brother, the B-12, the B-15 is well known as the greatest recording bass...