Ampeg's BA-115 1x15" 150W bass combo delivers classic Ampeg tone in a 150W design with performance-driven features perfect for the stage. The ruggedly portable design provides a true 60-degree sound reinforcement monitor angle that adds clarity in any situation. The BA-115 features Bass Scrambler overdrive plus flexible tone-shaping and professional performance features in a portable, powerful 15" combo.
Speaker: 15" Ampeg Custom15; 1" HF tweeter
Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaping
Bass Scrambler overdrive delivers SVT grind
Headphone output for silent practice
-15dB input pad for active basses or additional level control
Weight: 45 lbs.
Classic Ampeg tone
150 watts RMS power
15″ Ampeg Custom15™ speaker
1″ HF tweeter
Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaping
Legacy Ampeg preamp with 3-band EQ
Bass Scrambler™ overdrive delivers SVT grind (footswitch optional)
True 60° sound reinforcement monitor angle
Dedicated XLR balanced line out
Independent effects send and return
HF mute defeats horn for a rounder, more vintage tone
-15dB input pad for active basses or additional level control
Headphone out for silent solo practice
Roadworthy braced cabinet construction
Protective all-steel amp chassis
Impact-resistant black metal corners
Durable double-thick Ampeg Classic black Tolex®
Lightweight, portable design
45.0 lbs / 20.4 kg
Fibenare Erotic Regime electric guitar with a Burgundy Mist finish. This is in mint unplayed like-new condition with zero playwear anywhere. The Erotic Regime features a 3-way trick switch that lets you add in the neck pickup in any position as well as the ability to reverse the pickups out of phase, giving you dozens of tonal options. The guitar weighs just 5.98 pounds and has a 1.66" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.761" at the 1st fret and 0.843" at the 12th fret. Includes the original hardshell case and tremolo bar.
For the 20th anniversary of the wall coming down in Berlin, Fibenare came up with a new series of its Erotic models called Regime. In the age of the Regime (from the 2nd world war to the late ’80s) in Eastern Europe musicians only dreamed of having a guitar from the other side of the iron-curtain. These were typically a Strat, a Les Paul or a Tele. These days, when the market is free, and people can get exactly what they need, Fibenare has decided to dress their Erotic model in an old-fashioned way, in order to merge their childhood dreams and the “regime reality” that they lived in. So, introducing the Regime series, in the colours of the cars that were available in Eastern Europe with a symbol on the neckplate that everyone had known and most didn’t like.
2013 Jim Triggs custom-ordered Master Series electric guitar. This is a one-off custom build by the legendary Jim Triggs. We have reached out to Jim who verified its authenticity. It is a Gretsch Roundup style solid body guitar with a Mahogany body, Pine top, highly-flamed Maple neck, fully bound Ebony fingerboard with bound frets, floating bridge, and a wonderfully done Relic finish to give it a very vintage vibe. This beautiful guitar now has Brian Setzer TV Jones pickups, which Jim Triggs was unsure if were original or not since it was a special request order. This guitar has no visible real wear anywhere, just the gorgeous relic finish job which includes finish checking and crazing throughout. The frets have minimal wear and look great. This solidbody guitar weighs only 7.87 pounds and has a 25.75" scale length with a 1.757" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.856" at the 1st fret and 0.944" at the 12th fret. Includes a Gretsch hardshell case in good working condition.
Jim Triggs started building instruments over 35 years ago. Prior to working for Gibson in 1986, Triggs, who was a respected mandolin builder in the Midwest and on the West coast, had already built between 130-150 mandolins.
Jim was hired at Gibson to work in their world famous custom shop. His first duties included getting their F-5 mandolins back to their 1920’s specifications. Jim’s other responsibilities at Gibson included supervising the custom shop and running their Nashville artist relations department. During his last tenure at Gibson Jim spent his time overseeing the archtop guitar line. In his six years at Gibson, Jim worked on over 20 art instruments and signed the labels of over 700 guitars and mandolins.
Jim left Gibson in the spring of 1992 to build guitars on his own. Jim’s vast knowledge of various instruments led him on a path to become a “one man custom shop”. He also has a reputation for making guitars for a who’s who of artists in the music industry. Jim’s son Ryan has been working in the shop along side his dad for over 10 years now and this duo continues to create beautiful custom instruments one at a time in their Lawrence, KS shop. Their instruments have been featured in the Smithsonian Institute and Country Music Hall Of Fame, and graced the covers of USA Today, Billboard Magazine, and Country Weekly Magazine. They've also been played on The Today Show, The Travel Channel, TNN, The Grand Ole Opry as well as countless award shows.
2014 Luxxtone Choppa T electric guitar in excellent near-mint condition. This is Luxxtone's take on a Fender Telecaster and is hand-made in California USA and was custom ordered with all the bells and whistles. It features a stunning relic finish and build quality that is astonishing. It only has a few hours of playtime and has very minimal fretwear. It is an extremely light guitar, weighing in at just 6.32 pounds. Includes the original hardshell case, tuning key, and Certificate of Authenticity COA
Inspired by the classic designs of the 50s and 60s, with a twist. For the player the wants vintage vibe, but modern day innovations, this one’s for you. A melding of the old and the new.
Body Wood: Pine
Pickup Routes: H Tele
Electronics: Standard T
Bridge: Standard T
Finish Type: Nitro Lacquer
Color: Aged White
Bridge: Luxxtone Chopped T
Saddles: Brass Compensated
Strap Buttons: Schaller Locking
Pickguard: Black Bakelite
Control Plate: Luxxtone Angled T
Tuners: TonePros Kluson
Bridge Pickup: BKP Nailbomb
Neck Pickup: BKP Blackguard Flat 52
Color: Aged Zebra, Aged Nickel
Pots: Bourns Long Life
Switch: Oak Grigsby 4-way
Caps: .012 CD, 68 pf Treble
Splitting: Split Hum On Switch
Neck Wood: Quartersawn Maple
Neck Shape: Vintage C .83-.92
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
Fret Size: .090x.055
Number of Frets: 21
Inlays: Real Aged Clay
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Nut Material: Tusq
Heel Width 2-14"
Truss Rod: Dual adjust at head
Finish: Aged Lacquer
String Gauge: 9-42
Luxxtone Guitars, a true California custom brand. Luxxtone set out to take the best of the vintage designs from the past and meld them with modern innovations of today. Luxxtone is dedicated to producing some of the coolest looking, best playing and unique guitars available!
Luxxtone Guitars are made using only the finest quality parts and materials, coupled with our own proprietary hardware and designs. Each and every guitar is a custom creation from luthier Jerry Bizon. Extreme attention to detail is what a Luxxtone is all about. From perfectly level and mirror-like frets for fast action, to unique finishes and custom fabricated hardware....it's what we're all about.
Early 1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom with Walnut finish. This gorgeous Les Paul Custom is all original except for the upgraded tuners, one potentiometer, and the input jack. The finish appears to have a very professional refinish and looks fantastic. Everything else is original, including both pickups and the 3 other potentiometers. The guitar weighs 10.02 pounds and the neck thickness measures 0.802" at the 1st fret and 1.001" at the 12th fret.
The original potentiometers with serial 1377401 date to the 1st week of 1974. While the serial number on the headstock could apply to 1970-1975 as well, it is widely reported that the pots were used in a timely manner from this era at Gibson. Guitar production wasn’t nearly as fast paced during this period as it was in the 1960s, which meant Gibson ordered fewer parts at that time. This early '74 Les Paul Custom also features the engraved truss rod cover lettering, which was only used up until mid-1974 when they switched to painted lettering on the truss rod cover. It also features a transitional neck tenon, typical of Les Pauls made around '73-'75.
This guitar is in excellent condition for its age and the finish on the pancake body looks outstanding with only minor marks. The top clear coat is still glossy. You can tell it has been well cared for its entire life. The original pickup covers have some beautiful patina, as does the gold bridge and tailpiece. This features a double-bound pancake body and all binding looks immaculate with only the tiniest amount of aged yellowing. The back of the body has light typical worming that can be seen under direct lighting. The finish on the back of the neck has faded a little just from playing. The neck is nice and smooth with only one very tiny fingernail mark. The Ebony fretboard looks great. The frets are very low and have wear. The frets have been dressed and polished to a bright shine, but It would probably benefit from a refret sometime in the future to bring the action down. The headstock looks great. The original Kluson tuners were replaced with vintage gold 70's-era Grovers Milk Bottle rotomatic tuners and was probably done back when the guitar was brand new. No holes were drilled for the tuners and could be cleanly reverted back to Klusons if desired. The bridge looks like an early 70's Stars Guitars tune-o-matic which could have been a special order. The input jack and jack plate were replaced long ago and the original input jack is included. The original bridge pickup was once replaced long ago but was reinstalled. All electronics work perfectly with zero scratchiness in the pots. The original pickups sound outstanding on this guitar.
Includes a non-original hardshell case. The case works well. All latches work, as well as the handle. The exterior has some scuffs and marks from being in storage, and there is a sticker on the exterior. The interior of the case is in excellent condition.
Like the Les Paul Standard, the Les Paul Custom was replaced with the SG body style at the end of 1960. The original Les Paul and Les Paul Custom were not brought back until 1968. Upon its reintroduction, the Les Paul Custom differed from those of the '50s in number of ways: the headstock was a slightly steeper angle, the control cavity in the body was cut in a different manner, and the neck tennon was longer. Starting in 1969, the Custom also adopted a multi-ply body construction with a Maple top like the Les Standard, where the original Les Paul Custom used an all Mahogany body.
Years of Production: 1953 - 1960 (switched to SG body), 1968 - present
Body Style: Single cutaway solidbody
Wood Composition: Mahogany body, Maple top, Mahogany or Maple neck, Ebony fingerboard
Design Elements: Two humbucker pickups, block inlays, four control knobs, three-way pickup selector, bound fingerboard, stopbar tailpiece and Tune-o-matic bridge, nickle hardware, headstock inlay
Notable Les Paul Players: Jimmy Page, Slash, Neil Young, Alex Lifeson, Pete Townshend
A beautiful Benavente bass guitar in excellent near-mint condition. This looks to be one of Chris Benavente's earliest masterpieces and the craftsmanship shines throughout. It's one of the prettiest instruments you will see and it sounds and plays fantastic. It is all-original and features a stunning roasted curly maple top, mahogany back, satin maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, active Bartolini pickups with EQ, and a Hipshot Gotoh Extender tuning key. It has a 34" scale length with a 1.79" nut width. It has 3/8" string spacing at the nut and 5/8" spacing at the bridge. The neck thickness measures 0.936" at the 1st fret and 1.011" at the 12th fret. The bass weighs 10.58 pounds.
The bass is in great condition with no issues to note and zero visible fretwear. There is less wear on this than anything hanging on the wall of your local music store. There might be some light handling wear and that is it, perhaps a couple pinpoint marks that can only be seen under direct lighting. The truss rod had been tested and responds. All electronics work exactly as it should.
Includes a hardshell case that is in fair condition. The handle and all latches work, but there is visible wear throughout.
Chris Benavente has devoted the past 16 years of his life to the art and function of the guitar and bass. More of an obsession than a passion, he takes great pride in creating a medium for fellow artists to create on. Chris strives to build instruments that are dependable, as well as inspirational. Whether a simplistic design or an elaborate creation, each Benavente instrument receives the same level of care and detail to achieve the highest quality.
Used purple Guitar strap by Doctor Song. Works very well, but one end has separated at the tip.
Used black Guitar strap by First Act
Used RCA 12AT7 Greyplate. Pulled from a working amp.
Brand new pair of Ruby Tubes EL84 power tubes pulled from a brand new amp that had its tubes swapped immediately when purchased.
A premium tube that produces more power, more tone, and higher fidelity with an extended dynamic range.
One pair of RCA 6l6GC blackplate valve tubes. These were pulled from a working amp. One of the tubes' guide pin broken off but can be easily reglued back on.
The ST737 is a pocket-size auto or manual-tuner for guitar and bass players. Its dual display (analog and digital) and two LEDs provide quick, accurate tuning. The ST737 works with standard instruments, as well as 7-string guitars and 6-string basses.
Selectable Guitar mode / Bass mode.
Selectable Manual tuning / Auto tuning.
Flat / Doubleflat tuning modes are supported.
Wide detection range whitch supports 7-strings Guitar and 6-strings Bass.
Auto power-off and Memory Back-up functions are supported.
Built -In Microphone
Input-Jack / Output-Jack
Used working condition.
The Korg GA-30 Guitar/Bass Tuner is a high-precision LCD needle-type meter. Unique Korg feature lets you tune down to 5 semitones flat. Internal speaker produces tuning reference tone. High-sensitivity internal mic for tuning acoustic guitars. Auto power off and low power draw for very long battery life.
An Easy-to-Use Dedicated Guitar and Bass Tuner
This dedicated guitar/bass tuner lets you select either Guitar mode or Bass mode for truly easy operation with automatically detected pitch. The wide detection range supports 7-string guitar (7B through 1E) in Guitar mode, and 6-string bass (Low-B, Hi-C) in Bass mode. A high-sensitivity mic is built-in, allowing easy and accurate tuning of acoustic guitars.
Ultra-compact Body with a "Tilt Slit"
Although the GA-30 is small, thin, and light, don't let its pocket-sized body fool you. The GA-30 can accurately tune any guitar or bass. From studio to stage, tuning is easy and convenient. The back of the unit includes a unique arc-shaped "tilt slit" that lets you insert a plastic card for use as a handy stand.
High-Precision LCD Meter
The meter section uses a LCD needle, combining the accuracy of an LCD with the easy visibility of a needle, and providing a stable display. Additional visual feedback is provided by LEDs that indicate pitch deviation.
Sound Out -- Internal Speaker Provides a Reference Pitch
In addition to visual tuning via meter, the GA-30 can play reference pitches from its internal speaker (Sound Out) for tuning by ear. Each press of the Sound switch will cycle the output sound through 7B->6E->5A->4D->3G->2B->1E in Guitar mode, or LB->4E->3A->2D->1G->HC in Bass mode.
Quinta Flat Tuning mode -- a world-wide first!
The GA-30's Quinta Flat Tuning mode supports the lowered tunings used in heavy metal styles to give more weight to the sound. Until now, dedicated guitar tuners have supported a maximum of only four semitones below standard pitch, but the GA-30 gives you five steps of flatted tuning, extending as far as five semitones below standard pitch, and supporting even super-long scale guitars that are five frets longer than conventional guitars.
Auto Power Off Function
If you leave the unit powered-on for 20 minutes without performing any operation, the Auto Power Off function will turn the power off automatically, avoiding unnecessary battery consumption.
Approximately 100 hours of continuous use
Low-power consumption design allows an amazing 100 hours (approximate) of continuous battery life (A4 continuous input, Meter mode, zinc-carbon batteries).
* Even if the pitch is within the detection range, detection may not be possible for instrumental sounds that contain a large number of overtones or have a rapid decay.
Korg tuners and metronomes purchased from a Korg USA authorized dealer now have a three year warranty.
6 Feet Long. Conquest twenty-gauge, custom-design, USA-l EPDM rubber-jacketed wire with internal, noise-rejecting tape and Switchcraft 280 1/4" plugs.
Brand new Reverb Tank pulled from a new amplifier. This is in perfect working condition and ready to swap in.
Two-spring 9.25" short tank.