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One of Fender's most underrated models of guitar amp head, the 1970's Fender Bassman amp head is simple, straightforward, loud, and (at times) nasty. Plug into the Bass instrument channel for a darker, fatter, fuzzier sound. Jack into the Normal channel and slap that treble boost for classic glassy Twin tones.
The Fender Bassman has 50 watts of tube power supplied by two 6L6GC output tubes, with four 7025 preamp tubes. Each channel has two parallel inputs and a bass/treble EQ section. The normal channel has a treble boost for brighter high frequencies.
- Serial number: A61418
- Year: 1973
- Model: Bassman 50
- Format: amp head
- Power: 50w @ 4 ohms
- Outputs: 1/4"
- 2 x 6L6GC output tubes
- 4 x 7025 preamp tubes
- 1 x 12AT7 rectifier tube
Excellent Condition; All features tested and working. No major damage or notable wear. This is a pre-owned amp and there may be some very minor signs of use. Please view the pictures carefully and consider them part of the description.