Feel free to get in touch with any questions: +44 (0)7939 276060 | Skype: onlinebassplayer|dan@onlinebassplayer.com

COMPARSION: ’68 & ’78 Fender P Bass, ’75 Fender Jazz & Lakland Fretless into ’66 Ampeg B15

The Ampeg B15 is one of the most recorded bass amps in history. couple that with a Fender Precision bass and you have the foundation of many a classic hit. When recording bass guitar I often use a P bass but I thought I’d see what a few basses sound like going through my 1966 Ampeg B15.



By |2019-09-03T15:59:02+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Categories: Dan's Bass Gear|0 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Dan Hawkins and I run Online Bass Player, recording bass guitar and double bass on hundreds of tracks for musicians all over the world. I've been doing it for nearly 10 years and have loved every session!