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The fabled "Amplified Peg" (patented in 1947) that gave the Ampeg company its name, Astatic microphone attached to a 21" endpin (with wiring down the center of a brass tube) designed to be mounted inside an upright bass, this design requires a floor cup with 1/4" output cable (not included), an exciting (and hard-to-find) piece of bass history, on consignment, EC-

Ampeg Endpin Bass Mic (1950's?)

SKU: 200U-2274

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$725.00 USD
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The fabled "Amplified Peg" (patented in 1947) that gave the Ampeg company its name, Astatic microphone attached to a 21" endpin (with wiring down the center of a brass tube) designed to be mounted inside an upright bass, this design requires a floor cup with 1/4" output cable (not included), an exciting (and hard-to-find) piece of bass history, on consignment, EC-
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The fabled "Amplified Peg" (patented in 1947) that gave the Ampeg company its name, Astatic microphone attached to a 21" endpin (with wiring down the center of a brass tube) designed to be mounted inside an upright bass, this design requires a floor cup with 1/4" output cable (not included), an exciting (and hard-to-find) piece of bass history, on consignment, EC-