SOLD FS: Fender Bassman 100T

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  1. Pako

    Pako Are we having fun yet? Supporting Member

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    Asking [DEL]$1050[/DEL] $950 shipped CONUS.
    Includes custom cover, and foot switch.

    Bought from fellow TB'er. Would love to keep it but need to free up some equity.

    Works perfect and in excellent condition. Has a small dent in the wood that you can see in the picture. It was there when I bought it. Otherwise looks and plays perfect.
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    PayPal accepted.


    03/02/2014 - Price Drop
     
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    Bump for one of the best amps on the market.
     
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    +1 I would keep it if I could! :bassist:
     
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    What kind of tubes? Is it all-tube - pre and power?

    Weight?

    Thanks!
     
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    Thank you for your interest.



    I'm assuming stock tubes from Fender on the preamp. Power section has 4 Groove Tubes 6L6-GC (2 Blue Matched).



    Yes, all tube pre and power. You can record in silent mode which has a cool feature of actually getting power tube saturation along with your pre tube saturations. You can also record silent pre power tube as well.



    You can also switch to 25w mode or a full 100w of tube power.



    Fender has the weight at 48.5 lbs. Here are the full specs from Fender's website:

    http://www.fender.com/series/bassman-pro/bassman-100t-120v-black/



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    Thanks for your interest.
     
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    May be interested in trades....
    Bergantino anything may be considered though mostly interested in a nv610 or nv412. Maybe a couple nv115's? It's all good. :)
     
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    Honestly, there's not an all tube head I prefer over this one. Absolutely incredible.

    GLWTS.
     
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    :bassist: Thanks for the good luck wishes. Should not be hard to sale with as good as this thing sounds. It really is a great sounding amp. I think Fender really nailed it with this head and it's big brother SB300. Still trying to justify keeping it around. If I can figure out how to afford holding on to it, I will.

    I recorded with it again and just love the power tube saturation you can get with this amp in silent mode. Something the SB300 just can't pull off.
     
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    All PM's replied. Thank you for your interest.
     
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    Recorded this just tonight, direct in silent mode, on Post. Relatively flat with a bit of grit on the overdrive channel. I really do love how this head sounds. I have been using the SB300 for live, but for in the studio and at home, this head is perfect. I guess if it doesn't sale, it won't be a heart sob story, I'll just have to sell one of kids. :D

     
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    Hmmm. Love the idea of this amp. Looks in great condition.

    Deciding between this, a Mesa D-180, a Mesa Prodigy(used) and an used Fender 100 Bassman.

    Can you help me? How would you compare your 100T to the Mesa sound?

    Thanks,
    Paul
     

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