This has been my go-to cabinet for probably 10 years, maybe more, during which it’s done almost all my gigs paired with a Markbass LM3.
Nowadays it’s scruffy cosmetically,and the price reflects the fact it could do with a bit of TLC, tho it’s in good working order nevertheless.
The good things:
It’s rated at 850w at 4ohms and anyone who has used one of these will know they are really loud and with good dispersion of sound onstage due to the angled speaker, and quite a mid punch sound that cuts well through a mix.
It has a forward-facing 12” speaker, an angled 10” speaker and a tweeter/horn. I don’t know for sure whether the horn is working as I can’t hear much difference whether it’s turned up or off to be honest.
Our excellent local luthier and amp repair man has maintained it during its working life - mostly small things like wiring etc - so it’s been well-maintained.
The bad things:
For some reason the rear access panel is missing a couple of its screws - I emailed Jorg Schroeder to get some replacements but he said they are just standard sized DIY shop screws - I’ll keep looking to see if I can find any equivalent ones locally. It’s perfectly secure without them as enough remain in place in back panel.
The plastic corner protectors are quite tatty now but still functional, as is the slightly bobbly carpet covering in places.
Comes with a clean, tidy, fitted Roqsolid cover.
Cab is about 25-27kg - not massively heavy but definitely not neo light either. I’ve put some handlebar padded tape on the handles to make it more comfy to carry but can easily remove if you don’t want it there.
Given its size and weight I can’t really post it, so collection or meet up somewhere accessible to Leicestershire is ideal.
I’m after £175 which from memory is about half of what I paid for it secondhand originally, reflecting the cosmetic condition.
I’ve moved to lightweight cabs over the last year or so don’t really have a use for it anymore.
Any queries let me know.