1960s Red Burst Ampeg Devil Bass | CME Vintage Demo | Mike Larsen

What the devil?! This rare Ampeg bass finished in Red Burst is just one of perhaps one hundred produced in the late 1960s and features a partially semi-hollow maple body, maple neck with ebony fingerboard, dual thumb rest, bridge mute, scroll headstock, and “mystery” pickup hidden underneath the pickguard. Mike fires it up.


Ampeg is a manufacturer best known for its bass amplifiers. Originally established in 1946 in Linden, New Jersey by Everitt Hull and Stanley Michaels as "Michael-Hull Electronic Labs," today Ampeg is part of the Yamaha Guitar Group. Although specializing in the production of bass amplifiers, Ampeg has previously manufactured guitar amplifiers and pickups and instruments including double basses, bass guitars, and electric guitars.

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