Conversion Kits

Bass to Tremolo Conversion Kit

This kit was designed for the guitarist who owns a silver-face Bassman and rarely uses the bass instrument channel. Turn the bass instrument channel into a foot-switchable vintage tremolo effect for the normal channel. The kit comes with parts and easy to follow instructions. You will need your own tools and solder.

6L6GC to EL34 Kit

This kit is for the guitarist who owns a vintage Fender amp that uses two 6L6GCs and wants to be able to use EL34 tubes in their place. The kit comes with electronic components, two EL34 vacuum tubes and easy to follow instructions. You will need your own tools and solder.

Tone Stack Conversion Kit

This kit is for those guitarists who want to experiment with spicing up the tone of their vintage silver-face or black-face Fender amp by modifying the tone stack components. The kits comes with parts and easy to follow instructions. You will need your own tools and solder.

Normal to Bass Conversion Kit

This kit was designed for those who play both guitar and bass. Turn the Normal Channel in your silver-face or black-face Fender amp into the Bass Instrument channel. The kit comes with parts and easy to follow instructions. You will need your own tools and solder.

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Will this work with other amps? Any of the Mini/Micro Amps for example. Can you recommend a pedal kit that world would well with Bass Guitar? Thanks for building these grate kits by the way.
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MichaelT
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May 7th, 2018
These were designed for Fender silverface and blackface amps. For a bass pedal check out the Piledriver for a clean boost or the Rock Bottom for some fuzzy distortion.
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Is their akit to convert a 4/4 violin to a bowable Bass.
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MichaelT
Staff Member
August 27th, 2018
We only have kits for amplifiers and effects pedals.
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