Cross country move coming up, and awesome as it is, I don't want to have to haul this head. It comes racked in a beefy SKB 4-space case, with a Middle Atlantic power conditioner. Ampeg B4R - $500 + actual shipping, or local sale in Nor Cal.
$400 + shipping without the rack and power conditioner.
A poor man's SVT 4 Pro!
I'm not far from Sacramento, so San Francisco bay area meetups are possible. If shipping, USA and Canada only please. No overseas.
If I ship this, please account for that in the sale price. I'll charge just what it costs to get it to you, lovingly packed and insured on a major carrier. The amp weighs 39 lbs, so figure close to 50 lbs including packing materials.
I bought this amp from a guitar player friend who needed to fund a trip to Germany to play a festival there. He went, he rocked, he returned, and now he's broke and can't buy it back. It's heavier than I prefer, so I'll find a new home for it here. Features
- USA made
- dual mosfet power amp section
- biamp capable, with built-in adjustable crossover, and balance control for high/low channels
- 9-band graphic EQ with level
- balanced and unbalanced line outs with Pre/Post, Ground Lift and Level controls
- effects loop with mix control
- two separate POWER AMP IN/PREAMP OUT loops, one for each channel
- (2 ohms): 500-Watts x 2
- (4 ohms): 340-Watts x 2, or 1000-Watts (mono bridged)
- (8 ohms): 205-Watts x 2, or 700-Watts (mono bridged)
More details at Ampeg
. Here's the manual
The serial number dates this to 2002. Since this is the American made model, it came with no speakon connectors, only quarter and banana. The chassis is factory-drilled for speakons, so I installed one and wired it for bridge mode.
It's built like a tank with standard Ampeg heavy-duty quality, but it does have two minor issues. First, the 300Hz peg on the graphic EQ is gone. The internal slider still functions. There's also a very slight gank on the front Effects Mix knob. The knob works smoothly and noiselessly, but there is a mark on it. Otherwise it looks like this has lived its entire life in a rack.
A few more photos here