Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 2 guests. Moderator: Fender Forum Moderators. Posted: Tue Jun 05, pm. I've never had much access to many vintage Fender bass amps. What ones should I be looking out for more? My current amps are an 80s Ampeg tube head usually through an Acoustic 1x18 and a 70s Acoustic solid-state usually through an Ampeg 1x I like enough head room that the signal won't break up, but I don't mind a little dirt in there for good measure. Post subject: Re: Best vintage Fender amps for bass? Posted: Thu Jun 07, am. More powerful than a Bassman head of the same vintage and perfectly bass capable.
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Tags: 's amps modern tone vintage will. Jul 20, 1. Aug 2, Chesterton,IN. Jul 20, 2. Sep 25, Fort Worth, Texas. Jul 21, 3. Aug 7, A tube amp is one way to go. That's what they used back then. A cabinet with a 15" speaker is a good option.
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