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1999 .Trace Elliot AH-1000-12

AH-1000-12
Case:
N/A
Color:
Green
Condition:
Excellent
Price:
$0.00
Description:
** ON HOLD FOR JAY ** It's well known around the Atlanta area that I and a few of my boys played in several bands in the 80's and 90's. Did our share of damage, we did and so around 2000 or 2001, one of my old guitarists decided that we should "put the band back together." Now during all my old playing days, I was overwhelmed by two six- stringers trying to outdo each other with full Marshall stacks, so as to this reunion, I decided that for once in my life, my bass voice would be heard and I summarily went out and bought an Ampeg 8 x 10 cabinet and this head. From the first practice, it was the same thing over and over; "Man, your bass sounds killer but it's too damn loud." Those words were music to my ears and when we were playing the local coffee house or bar, I'd wait until around the middle of the second set and then roll up the 40 and 60hz sliders on this amp. The result was a dance floor full of shaking bootys and all the Marshall stacks in the world won't do that. There it is- revenge served out of a 1000- watt Trace/ Ampeg bass rig...

With those glorious days long gone, I've decided that it's an incredible waste of horsepower to just let this amp sit in my office, unplayed so I recently took it over to Jeff Andrews at Andrews Amp Lab here in Atlanta. He went through the amp, checked it out and gave us the big thumbs up. That means it's ready to serve notice on any buzzy guitar player once again that there is no power like low-end power- period! This AH-1000 is in excellent condition and the only damage on it is the tip of the Effects Return 2 knob. It wasn't from misuse- that's just what happens sometimes when you're pulling your amp out of the trunk at 2:30 in the morning, beat like an old hallway rug. I know that may sound bad, but the memories that just came back are so good. Thanks for stopping by 'Elkland and please feel free to call or email with any questions. I love nothing more than swapping old battlefield stories with other bass players!

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