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In fact, most amplifiers had accordion inputs throughout the 1960s, and Ampeg amps were never really marketed to rock players until Hull left the company in 1968.Ampeg went through numerous ownership changes over the next two decades with Unimusic taking over in 1967, Magnavox in 1971, and MTI in 1980. Louis Music bought Ampeg in 1985 and finally returned some stability and respect to the brand.Your B-15N has either a 25-watt (B-15NC) or 30-watt output (B-15NF), one 15" speaker, a six-tube chassis with two 6L6 power tubes, and two channels with three inputs and Volume, Treble, and Bass controls for each channel.One of the coolest features of the B-15N was the Lucite Ampeg panel that illuminated when the amp was turned on.The company also reissued the B-15N Portaflex with blue check covering in 1995.Ampeg was purchased by LOUD Technologies in 2005, and in 2010, they introduced the new Heritage Series that is produced in the US.
Hull received a patent for his amplified peg (Ampeg) design in November 1947 and began manufacturing them in New Jersey with his new partner, Stanley Michael.Made with the best components and other than a small piece missing from the gain knob, very nice shape.Try with your PRS and Les Paul for classic rock or blues and youll love them.In 1962, Ampeg updated the B-15N with a solid-state rectifier called the B-15NB and introduced their famous “blue check” vinyl covering to their entire amp line.
Ampeg went back to a tube rectifier and changed to a printed circuit board in 1964 (B-15NC).
Hull was not a fan of rock ’n’ roll music and never designed an amp for this genre.