Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works

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Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works

Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works
Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, recently repaired, everything works. I bought this as a repair project literally about 20 years ago. I thought It needed a new bridge rectifier, wasn’t sure where to get the exact part, so I set it aside. I was an electronic technician for 42 years, recently retired. So now I have the time to work on it, but no test equipment. So I took it to a repair shop in this area of the country, and had it repaired. It had set so long, it had developed a second issue, and the repair guy fixed both issues. If you’re unfamiliar with Acoustic, they came out in the early 1970’s. At least, that’s when I became aware of them. They were pretty highly thought of, considered one of the better amp brands back then, a lot of big-name touring acts used Acoustic amps, especially their bass amps. I know a lot of people love tube amps for their tone, but the touring acts loved the solid state amps for their reliability. Acoustic was one of the original solid state amps, as I recall. This head is rated at 200 watts output. Pretty straightforward, simple to use. Everything works on the amp, and works as it should. Physically, the head is in good condition overall. Doesn’t look brand new, but would you expect a 40- 50 year old amp to look brand new? Looks like it’s been used a little. Not all torn up, not a eyesore at all. Fully guaranteed to work properly. Please write with any questions you may have. Thanks very much for looking at this listing! The item “Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works” is in sale since Thursday, October 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Guitar Amplifiers”. The seller is “marker58″ and is located in Ottawa, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Acoustic
  • Amplifier Type: Head
  • Product Line: Acoustic 140
  • Suitable For: Bass Guitar
  • Number of Channels: 2
  • Model: 140
  • Power: 200 W
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Amplifier Technology: Solid State
  • Venue Type: Performance
  • Number of Speakers: 0

Vintage 1970s Acoustic 140 Bass Amp Head, good condition, everything works