Donald "Duck" Dunn (Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Stax recording legend)
"I always used B-15's in the studio on Stax Records. But it was Ampeg's 8x10's more than anything with my flat wound strings that drew me to Ampeg."
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Body: Clear acrylic polymer
Neck: Maple, bolt-on, 24.75" scale
Fretboard: 24-fret, rosewood
Controls: Master volume, master tone, 3-way pickup selector
Pickups: 1 single-blade Rock Treble, 1 dual-blade Sustain Treble; interchangeable
Tuners: Grover nickel die-cast
Bridge: Rosewood with compensated brass saddles
Case: Hardshell case included
In 1969 Ampeg and guitar super-guru Dan Armstrong set about revolutionizing the electric guitar. What came next was "clearly" innovative, technologically advanced and well, clear! The Rolling Stones took the stage with Keith Richards sporting the 'See Through' guitar and Bill Wyman playing the companion bass. The legend was born.
Ampeg is once again offering this iconic guitar to the public. "See Through" a Dan Armstrong today.
- Reissue of classic electric guitar
- Plexiglass, see-through body
- Custom removable pickups
- 3-way tone circuit
- 24-fret hard maple neck
- Now available at your Ampeg dealer
- Includes hard case covered with black diamond Tolex
» Read the review in Vintage Guitar (PDF, 419KB)
» Read the review in Guitarist (PDF, 1.22MB)