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Thunderfunk TFB550-B

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by nutdog, Sep 1, 2011.


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  1. nutdog

    nutdog Supporting Member

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    $825 shipped CONUS only
    $875 with 2U Gator molded rack case
    Discount for local pickup, Dalton, GA. Can meet in Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta areas.


    Thunderfunk TFB550-B

    From manual:
    TFB550-B Serial Numbers 600 and up
    AC POWER: 100-120-220-240 volts, 50/60 Hz
    FUSE SIZE: 3AG 6.25 Amps Slo-Blo for 100-120 volt operation
    3.00 Amps Slo-Blo for 220-240 volt operation
    PREAMP: Gain/Limiting, Enhance, Bass, Semi-Parametric Tone Control, Treble, Timbre, Mute, and
    “The Switch.”
    POWER: 550-watts into 4 ohms
    300- watts into 8 ohms
    2 OHM OPERATION IS NOT RECOMMENED
    DIMENSIONS: 17" wide x 3½" high x 10-1/2" deep (19” wide with rack ears)
    WEIGHT: 16 pounds (Add 1 pound for rack ears)
    OPTIONS: Rack Mount Ears

    TB review: TFB550 - Bass Gear Reviews at TalkBass.com

    The side handle and two of the feet on the side are missing. They weren’t there when I got it. I keep it racked so it doesn’t matter to me and there are 4 feet on the bottom so unless you felt like you needed to hold it by the handle and set it on it’s side it’s not a real factor.

    Otherwise it works great. Much has been said about this amp. Search and you will see. I have nothing bad to say about it. There may be some slight scratching from racking but otherwise cosmetically excellent.

    The Gator case is fine but I don’t have the key.

    Pics (berg is sold, bass not for sale):

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  2. nutdog

    nutdog Supporting Member

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    Used it for practice at church last night with a 1x12 cab. This amp sounds really nice.
  3. nutdog

    nutdog Supporting Member

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    Might consider a P bass in trade.
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    JAS

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    Does this go down to 2ohms?
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  6. nutdog

    nutdog Supporting Member

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    From manual:

    2 OHM OPERATION IS NOT RECOMMENED (sic)

    :)
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    nutdog Supporting Member

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    OK. My downsizing effort has resulting in going from 2 amps to 5 amps. Something's got to give.
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    nutdog Supporting Member

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    Someone on craigslist wants to know if it's still available and he'll pay my full price so let him know and he will arrange for prompt payment fastly. So you better hurry.;)
  9. gkbass13

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    Will he even cut you a check for 500 more than the original asking price as a good will convenience payment? ....

    Free bump;-)
  10. nutdog

    nutdog Supporting Member

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    I won't be unhappy to keep it at this point but bumping it anyway.:)
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    nutdog Supporting Member

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    There is a little less thunder and funk in my life. :atoz:

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