Dig That Rig, December 2010

HERE’S MY RIG. IT’S AS SIMPLE AS they come. I’ve got a mahogany finished ’69 Gibson EB 0, with all the original paper work and case. A ’70s Musitronics Mutron Phasor. My amp is a Traynor bass mate YBA 2A
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HERE’S MY RIG. IT’S AS SIMPLE AS they come. I’ve got a mahogany-finished ’69 Gibson EB-0, with all the original paper work and case. A ’70s Musitronics Mutron Phasor.

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My amp is a Traynor bass-mate YBA-2A with high and low inputs and simple volume, bass, and treble controls. This model was produced from 1967–1973. It runs off two EL84s and two 12AX7s. The traynor is my favorite bass amp, hands down. If I could find more, I’d buy them all.

DAN REHM VIA EMAIL

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