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The Musicmaster bass amp is an underestimated Fender amp from the 70s.


Produced to be sold as a set with the student model Musicmaster bass, it is in fact now used by many guitar players.


It is in a kind of silverface Champ but equiped with a 12 inch speaker compared to an 8 inch speaker you can find on a champ so it has more bass and medium.


It also has more power (12w compared to 6w on a champ) which makes it an amp you can use for small gigs.


Very simple to use with two buttons only (volume and tone), it is designed to be played with or without pedals.


Loved by guitars players such as Noel Gallagher from Oasis or Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys (for both guitar and bass recordings).


This one is an export version (220v) so no need for external transformer. Still has shop sticker where it has been bought new.


Power : 12W

Original transformers

Speakers : original 1x12 CTS speaker dated 137 7928 (28th week of 1979)

Serial  : A851785


1979 Fender Musicmaster bass amp

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