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amp ID? what could it be...

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by dewdrinker87, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. dewdrinker87

    dewdrinker87

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    I have just recently purchased an amp from a friend, he told me it was an old 70s era lab bass head, but I'm not so sure, he said its around 120 Watts, all tube, 2 channels with four inputs, 2 band eq with two more extended range knobs on the front, then on the back it has a ground and what is shown as A.C. On and off switch, an accessory plug, a circuit breaker, and two speaker out puts, I have no idea what ohm loads it can handle other than eight, i've included some pics to help, good luck

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  2. PlungerModerno

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    If you look on the upper right of the rear shot . . . It has a name . . . YBA-1

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    It's a Yorkville YBA-1 'Bass Master'.


    maybe not.
  3. B-string

    B-string Supporting Member

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    Yorkville/Traynor same thing, only the name is changed to protect the innocent. :D
    Nice amp for what they do BTW.
  4. PlungerModerno

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    I've heard them called the Peavey of canada . . . or was that laney? Nah laney are brits. :p

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