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Ampeg B-15R Diamond Blue Series Amp
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It has the same flip top as the original. It has the same blue diamond covering. And it has the same signature sound as one of the tidiest, coolest c...Click To Read More About This Product
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Updated reissue of the famous Portaflex.
It has the same flip top as the original. It has the same blue diamond covering. And it has the same signature sound as one of the tidiest, coolest combos of all time. 100W of power (60W in low-power mode) drives a 15" speaker with a tweeter for added edge. Quick, easy tone shaping is provided by a 5-position mid-switch and 3 tone controls. Updated features include a balanced line out and a preamp out/power amp in. Play this amp and relive the glory days of the '60s. 24" x 33" x 16.5". 117 lbs.
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This is one of the best sounding bass amps I have ever owned. My only problem with it is that it doesn't quite have enough power to where I can hear myself on stage with it. It records like a dream!
If you are looking for authentic early B15 sound this is not the amp for you. Even at 100 watts it was underpowered, heavy and overpriced. Just getting you name in lights on the front of the amp does not make up for poor design. My old 25 watt model fliptop has more punch. I got rid of this amp as quickly as possible. It was not good for stage, running through the board I could not get enough volume to hear myself without using additional monitors. Got a B100R and have been totally happy with it at 1/4 the price. I tried both my vintage '66 Precision and Pedulla ET5 and the amp did not like either one.
It is impossible to express in words the presence of this amplifier, it's an incredible sound that no other amp can come close to matching.
WAY over priced. Under-powered. Cool sound, good for a studio, but one of the last things you would ever want to be towing around live. Get a real vintage one
I love my new B-15, I have had 2 older models and this new one blows them away. I use it in my studio and it sounds Great! I always run it on high power (100 w) and I did change the speaker to a white frame Lansing.
Great tone if you sit around and record or play along to CD's. If you play out in a band you can feel the bass, you just can't hear it. Very tough to dial in a sound that stands out from the band
Nice sound for a little combo for practice or recording. Not a great amp if you play live unless its a very small venue or you are plugged in something else. Beautiful ampeg sound, but if you play modern rock or heavy metal, look around some more. It is great for other types of music.
Everything you need and nothing you don't. The giant transformers are your first clue to the electronic purity that surges throught this beast. The balanced XLR out with pre/post switch and level control will win the hearts of soundmen wherever you go. As for stage volume, I added a 1x15" classic ampeg enclosure to get what I needed. If you want lots of features and effects, look elsewhere. If you want pure, undeniable tone look no further. Did I mention how cool it looks?