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Andy Baxter, Leeds, Showroom -

Coinciding with the launch of my new website, I’ve also changed my location – Andy Baxter Bass & Guitars Ltd is now based in Leeds! The business is now in its 10th Year and the move is something I’ve had on my personal agenda for some time. I just wanted to thank all the customers who visited my showrooms in Scrutton Street and Hoxton Street London, as well as when I first set up the business from home, of course. You can make an appointment with me at my new Leeds Showroom (strictly by appointment only) and try some basses/guitars/amps out. With...

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4003, 4003/S, Rickenbacker -

Andy Baxter currently has a wide selection of brand new Rickenbacker 4003 and 4003S basses, available in a range of popular Rickenbacker colour options, including Midnight Blue, Fireglo, Jetglo, Mapleglo, and Walnut...

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Andy Baxter, Showroom, Vintage Amplification, Vintage and Rare, Vintage Bass, Vintage Guitar -

Here's a little showroom tour video we shot for fans and customers of Vintage and Rare. Vintage and Rare is a network of retailers of vintage and rare musical instruments - like us! Video Transcript Hi everybody at Vintage and Rare (.com) this is Andy Baxter at my showroom here in London and I'd like to give you a little tour. We start of with Gibson basses. We've usually got in stock EB2s, EB3s, EBOs. Also the larger scale Gibson RD Artist. In-between we have Guild basses, followed up by Pre-Ernie Ball Music Man Stingrays, which are becoming much harder to find...

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Ampeg, B15, Bass Amp, Portaflex, Tube Bass Amp, Valve Bass Amp, Vintage Amplification -

As a vintage bass specialist, Andy's showroom is host to some of the most incredible and highly collectable basses ever made, including Pre-Ernie Ball Music Man basses, Pre-CBS Fenders and 60s Hofners. It's safe to say that Andy knows a thing or two about vintage basses, but if there's one thing that Andy truly specialises in; it’s vintage Ampeg Portaflex tube bass amps, he stocks many in his London Showroom - more than anyone in Europe! When Ampeg introduced the B-15 Portaflex in 1960, it set the standard for all future bass amplification, quickly becoming the most popular bass amp...

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Bass, H22, Harmony, Ronnie Lane, The Small Faces -

Accurately described in Harmony’s 1966 catalogue as a “comfortable auditorium size ultra-thin hollow tone chamber body”, the Harmony H22 feels adorable to play and sounds great – instantly taking you back to the sound of the 60s.

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