Ampeg - Tom Petersson, Cheap Trick, 1967 B-15N Portaflex, 2-Channel 30W, 1x15 Combo Bass Amp

Tom Petersson used an Ampeg B15 to record every Cheap Trick album. This early 1960s model is one of the many B-15s he’s owned and used. Tom used this particular B-15 on multiple Cheap Trick recordings and most recently in his home studio. It's clearly seen lot's of use. There's lots of visible wear and tear but the amp continues to perform as intended.

Shortly after the B-15’s introduction in 1960, it became the most popular bass amp in the world. Thanks to the Manhattan Bass Club, there were B-15s in every professional recording studio in New York, and the B-15 was embraced by the most prolific session bass players of the time.

Includes a certificate of authenticity signed by Tom Petersson.

Serial #056323

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Listed7 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • B-15NF Portaflex 25-Watt 1x15" Bass Combo
Categories
Year
  • 1967
Made In
  • United States
Speaker Configuration
  • 1x15"

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