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FS - 1967 Ampeg SB-12 Portaflex

Hammertone

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Super-cool teeny Portaflex combo amp from 1967:
- almost all original, with original Jensen, caster dolly, Ampeg circuit diagram, warranty card - well, new blue handle
- 20 watt, 2x6L6 power, 1x12 (Jensen)
- volume, treble, bass
- new matched TAD power tubes, original Ampeg-badged power tubes (they work fine, but not particularly well matched)
- yes, the little acrylic panel lights up
- has a "bass" and an "instrument" input - good for bass, guitar, accordian, electric mandola, theremin, whatever
- just serviced, checked and has a clean bill of health

$1,200
Roll it away!

OK, that may be be difficult for someone a bit farther away.
However, because it's a Portflex or "fliptop" (meaning that the head flips around and is stored in the cabinet), it will actually be pretty easy to ship within the US or Canada.

Here are the surprisingly small dimensions,
- 12.5" deep, 20" wide, 20" high, 25" high including the caster dolly

Weight to come later, but it's not particularly heavy - it's the ones from the '70s that are heavy.
In the US, the amp ships from Erie PA. I'm willing to drive it as far as Cleveland, Pittsburgh or Rochester.
In Canada, the amp ships from Toronto. Again, perfectly happy to do some driving to make a deal work.



 
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