• Ampeg Classic Bass Preamp and Scrambler Bass Overdrive

    There’s no doubt that Ampeg is a leading manufacturer when it comes to bass amplification. They have been the go-to brand for decades and still remain prominent in today’s market. With the development in the 60s of the SVT line (Super Valve Technology) they created a sound that’s unmistakably linked to the music of that […]

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  • Ampeg Portaflex PF 500 front Ampeg Portaflex PF 500 Head

    We are talking about Ampeg, without a doubt one of the brands with the most weight in the world of amplification and specifically bass amplifiers. The name of Ampeg comes from “Amplified Peg” and refers to a double bass microphone designed by Everett Hull that together with Stanley Michaels founded the company under the name […]

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  • Gibson EB2 1965 Gibson EB2

    In the mid-1950s, following the release of the solid body electric bass and guitar by Leo Fender, Gibson built the Les Paul and the EB bass guitar. The designs by Kalamazoo didn’t live up to the public’s expectations, so Ted McCarty, Gibson’s president, created a new line of semi-hollow guitars in early ’58. The “thinline” […]

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  • MARKBASS LITTLE MARK III

    Markbass entered the market with a revolutionary concept in bass amplification based on 5 pillars: low weight, minimum possible size, great sound, attractive design and reasonable prices. What a 5 winning reasons to succeed in the market! Little Mark III What a joy to work with an amp that without having dozens of controls, filters […]

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  • Warwick Idolmaker body WARWICK ROCKBASS IDOLMAKER

    Stevie Salas is an American guitarist with a successful career. After more than ten years of collaboration with the German brand Framus, he decided to design, together with production manager Marcus Spangler, his own guitar and named it “Idolmaker,” a name derived from his work as an advisor on the television program “American Idol”. In […]

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