1976 Gibson L-6S Custom, 1978 Guild B302F bass, 1967 Fender Coronado guitar
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1969 Fender bass catalogue - page 3

The Super Bassman II, and Solid-State Bassman amplifiers

Two further versions of the Bassman amplifier (see also the previous page), one tube, one transistor, the Super Bassman II, and Solid-State Bassman amplifiers.

Both were relatively new amplifiers, with the Solid State Bassmaster debuting in 1968 and the Super Bassman included in full-line catalogues from 1970.

List prices (US, April 1970) were: Super Bassman II $1215 ($1510 with JBL speakers), and Solid-State Bassman $625 ($840 with JBL speakers).

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