Fender Musicmaster Bass Amp (early 1970s) $400

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Based on the knobs, logo and grille cloth, we estimate that this amp was built between 1970-1974. Regardless of its year of origin, it sounds great for either low-volume bass applications (we paired it with our recently arrived short-scale Musicmaster bass, with great results), guitar, or harmonica. With only two knobs (volume and tone) and a 12” speaker that moves the right amount of air for recording purposes or small club gigs, it’s easy to produce great tones, from beefy lows to biting highs. Due to the roomier cabinet, bigger speaker, and 12 watts of power derived from a pair of EL84/6BQ5 output tubes, these amps are sometimes described as a bigger Champ. That sounds about right to us. A great little amp at a very affordable price. $400

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Based on the knobs, logo and grille cloth, we estimate that this amp was built between 1970-1974. Regardless of its year of origin, it sounds great for either low-volume bass applications (we paired it with our recently arrived short-scale Musicmaster bass, with great results), guitar, or harmonica. With only two knobs (volume and tone) and a 12” speaker that moves the right amount of air for recording purposes or small club gigs, it’s easy to produce great tones, from beefy lows to biting highs. Due to the roomier cabinet, bigger speaker, and 12 watts of power derived from a pair of EL84/6BQ5 output tubes, these amps are sometimes described as a bigger Champ. That sounds about right to us. A great little amp at a very affordable price. $400