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Bruce Bouton

 

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Nash. Tn USA
Post  Posted 15 Sep 2022 5:05 pm    
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Looking for blackface or drip edge Bassman head. I've got amps I'll trade like a vibrosonic with a JBL or a 90s twin with K130. Actually have lot's of stuff to trade but I'll be just as happy to buy.

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Bobby D. Reed

 

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Hendersonville, Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 20 Sep 2022 3:59 pm     Bassmsn head
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Bruce, I have a '68 head I would sell or maybe trade.
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Bruce Bouton

 

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Nash. Tn USA
Post  Posted 21 Sep 2022 3:51 pm    
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Hi bobby

I think i've found one.
Thanks

Bruce
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Dennis Detweiler


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Solon, Iowa, US
Post  Posted 24 Sep 2022 8:11 am    
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I stumbled onto a good combination with a Boss 59 Bassman pedal used for a preamp in front of a Quilter 201. Dial the master knob full right for a clean tube tone and adjust gain knob for volume. Quilter emulates tubes as does the pedal. Between the two, plenty of mid, treble and presence control.
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