Ampeg is doubling the number sold for 2012 and will be shipping worldwide.

Anaheim, CA (January 20, 2012) – Ampeg announced the Limited Edition Heritage B-15 is back for 2012. Ampeg is doubling the number sold for 2012 and will be shipping worldwide.

Hand-wired and assembled in the U.S.A., the Ampeg Heritage B-15 delivers legendary tone in a design that truly lives up to the iconic standard set by inventor Jess Oliver 50 years ago. The Heritage B-15 features the circuit paths of both a 1964 and 1966 B-15, including classic Baxandall EQ controls and premium 6SL7 octal preamp tubes along with a bias switch, recreating each years’ distinctive bias methodology. The extremely high-quality flip-top cabinet features the legendary double-baffle design and houses a highly-researched, custom-designed 15˝ Eminence driver. The Heritage B-15 is no mere tribute; it meets and exceeds the performance, look and tone of the legendary original, down to each and every component.

The 2012 run of the Ampeg Heritage B-15 is limited to 100 units and will be available worldwide in June, 2012.

For more information:
www.ampeg.com

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