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Ampeg bass amps need no introduction. From thick, valve-driven heads to affordable solid state combos, their range is huge and suited to musicians of all levels.
Ampeg bass amps need no introduction. From thick, valve-driven heads to affordable solid state combos, their range is huge and suited to musicians of all levels.From the small BA 108 V2 practice amp to the Classic SVT-VR, you can be sure that your tone will hit home. Each comes with our two-year warranty.
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1960 - Ampeg introduces the Portaflex bass amp
Tuned, front-ported and with a closed back, the Portaflex sets a new standard for tone, cabinet and speaker efficiency, and convenience in bass amplification.
1966 - Ampeg introduces electric basses
These fondly recall the upright bass with scroll shaped headstocks, f-holes and the Mystery Pickup.
1969 - Ampeg launches the 300 watt SVT tube amp
Launched at the NAMM show, the Rolling Stones then take it on tour in 1969 and 1972.
1988 - Ampeg creates a nine foot tall, 720 pound giant SVT amp
The Guiness Book of World Records names it the World's Largest Working Amplifier!