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  1. Well done that man, hope you enjoy the new band and your back holds up.
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  4. I have a 74 V4 which I have gigged with the original 412 cab without PA support in medium sized venues and been plenty loud enough. When you factor in two guitarists using valve combo's, keys and drums that's pretty good. A modern super efficient 212 or 410 would be even better I would think.
  5. It is indeed a monster but quite compact and easy to manage at the same time
  6. I've never heard a CTM 300 yet, heard great things about them. Michael Rhodes, has been an Ashdown user for many years and uses them with Joe Bonamassa. Glad to hear you've seen the light, please shout up when we return to gigging again, would love to hear it.
  7. Hi Jason, yes it is indeed still available.
  8. There's nothing quite like an SVT II, I had one which screwed into an Ampeg 215 isobaric cab, making an earth shaking combo that was a challenging two man lift. These days I use a Sadowsky SA200 or a Handbox R400 through a Barefaced supertwin, much more user friendly. I have tried Eden wt 400, 550, TC RH450 and Markbass heads, which were all very nice, but didn't quite hit the spot for me.
  9. Just a quick update folks, this amp has now been serviced on 8/6/20.
  10. All black for me, the flight case look is a little 80's I think.
  11. Hey Chris I can't fault the 4x12 at all, never been disappointed in fact I've had a lot of compliments at gigs from other players. I've never used it with a 2x15 so can't help you with that I'm afraid. Hope that helps.
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