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SOLD Vintage Traynor Bass Mate YBA-2 ALL TUBE HEAD

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by emblymouse, Dec 7, 2013.


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  1. emblymouse

    emblymouse I Dig A Pony Supporting Member

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    Endorsing Artist Lakland**Bag End**Schroeder
    *****SOLD*****This would be like the original Lil' Bastard:bassist:.
    Built like they used to:
    • All point to point hand wired
    • Partridge transformers
    • 20W @20lbs
    • 2 EC84 EH Russian power tubes
    • 1 12AX7A RCA
    • 1 unknown labelled Japan
    • New handle
    • New grounded power cord
    • Lockable Bias pot installed on back panel
    What can I say, it sounds beautiful. The big tranny makes the most of 20W I'll tell ya.:) I go for a pretty clean tone and was able to gig this outdoors powering 2 8ohm Bag End 15's with my P bass keeping it light with the right hand. One cab angled to me as a monitor was also good indoors even w/ full band when I had good PA support.
    I bought 2 matched Tube Store 'Perfect Pair' 7189 power tubes which, when properly biased, should give max clean headroom. I tried them briefly but never got to the biasing so I've pulled them. I will include these if the buyer likes for an extra $35- I paid $25 apiece. I was assured everything was original and unmolested apart from the handle, cord and bias pot mod.

    I have an opportunity to snag a Fender Super Twin locally, can't pass it up. So even if it is not your cuppa tea let your guitar player know!

    $380 split shipping PayPal please.

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  2. emblymouse

    emblymouse I Dig A Pony Supporting Member

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    For a sense of scale...

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  3. emblymouse

    emblymouse I Dig A Pony Supporting Member

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  4. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Man, I love these. Would you ship it back to Canada?
     
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  6. MuthaFunk

    MuthaFunk

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    I think Traynor used Hammond transformers exclusively. I'm not too familiar with this particular model however I don't think it's a Partridge transformer. Those were used in HiWatts.
     
  7. emblymouse

    emblymouse I Dig A Pony Supporting Member

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    Sir you may be right, someone else commented in another thread and led me astray.:meh:
     
  8. Ben Clarke

    Ben Clarke Liquidating to fund a new business. Buy My Gear! Supporting Member

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    Great little amp. I've got one and it's a sleeper.
     
  9. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    zacmac Supporting Member

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    How does it sound with a guitar?
     
  11. emblymouse

    emblymouse I Dig A Pony Supporting Member

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    Endorsing Artist Lakland**Bag End**Schroeder
    Apparently awesome, like the old Bassman's.
    This one has a new home back in Canada, thanks folks!
     

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