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#1 2011-04-09 13:29:12

2tone57
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From: O'Fallon, MO
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Early '65 B15N Logo Plate

Hey Guys,
Just picked up a bone stock '65 B15N. Still had the original Ampeg labeled Sylvania tubes in it (which are still strong).
My question is the plexiglass logo plate that lights up has J.C.A. under the Ampeg logo. What does that designate? In all my research I haven't seen this on any other B15N from this era. It definitely looks like it came from the factory with these initials. Just curious.
Thanks Ampeg Brothers.

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#2 2011-04-09 23:52:01

teledeluxe
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Re: Early '65 B15N Logo Plate

The had a promo where you could get your initials monogramed on them. That's likely the first owner's initials.


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#3 2011-04-10 08:00:19

2tone57
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From: O'Fallon, MO
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Re: Early '65 B15N Logo Plate

Good insight. Didn't know that and makes sense. Not even close to my initials but interesting history none the less. This B15N has a Jensen speaker in it. Didn't know if the "J" pertained to that or not.

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