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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by JimmyM, May 25, 2008.
Worth a shot, you might be pleasantly surprised.;
So, my next question 1 or 2 12" ??
More. Always more...
I always like more speakers. The T100 amp should have an impedance switch for 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Just make sure that the impedance is set to match the cabinet(s).
Got it ! I have an Avatar 2x12 Matched up to it with 2 Celestine Vintage 30's..nice!
Please spare me from having to look through 667 names Are you in the club already? If not, I will add you.
I’m not in the club, but happy to join!
Now we got both neighbors of the Beast!
And using triangulation we can know where he lives?
I found a B15S cab this weekend on an out of state run. I've had the head for years so this was a welcome find. I'm wondering if Ampeg made extension cabs for these, as I don't see any indicators that there was ever a head attached to the lid. It will be several days before I'll have time to get the head out and examine how it attaches.
Anyone seen a B15S extendion cab?
SCORE that is a lucky find for sure..
I believe that they made extension cabs available for every cab if an order was placed for one. Back then life was a lot simpler, doing business was easy.
It wasn't unusual for people at the top to take phone calls. I used to write letters and would receive replies from Leo Fender and Jim Marshall.
It must have been ordered for a different head, judging by the foot cups.
Maybe I'll just make a lid that I can attach the head to, or maybe I'll keep the head in its current homemade box.
I made a spare lid for my B-15. It allows me to use the head remotely. It also is good if I want to use the amp with another head. It makes sense to have one. That could explain your foot cups.
If you don't want to build a lid, contact Mark at Vintage Blue.
I think it needs a new lid. The head mounts with "shock mounts", and it looks like the recessed cups would interfere with those. Maybe, maybe not. You'll have to set your amp tray on the lid to see if the cup's recess' line up with the mounting holes on the tray. If they do line up, you're probably good to go. But, as Beans said, it's nice to have a loose lid to use it as a cabinet for other amps.
shock mounts on the 15S are usually the source of vibrations as that head is very heavy.. i would love to make a headbox for my 15S and either make it same size as lid or attached to a lid sized piece so i can bolt down at gigs but carry separate. another project i will not get to while work is in my life..
The B15s took the 'Porta' out of "Portaflex". I wouldn't dream of carrying mine up or down 2 flights of stairs as a single unit. GREAT amp, not very 'porta'
PF50-T tube replacement question:
Is there a consensus of which is the best new production tubes available for the PF50-T? And also, which supplier are people most happy with?
Does anyone have any info about the B12n cab? Dimensions, etc. I have a loose B15 head without a cab, and thought a 12 would be a good addition. I know I could buy one at Fliptops. But I have the time and more than enough tools to accomplish it.