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GK1001RB II & GK Gig Bag - * ON HOLD *

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Good day,

After a few years of moderate use, it's time to move on my GK 1001RB

I'm looking for
£400 In excellent condition and no problems or issues to report. Purchased new just over 3 years ago, this is an absolutely monster amp. The crunch and power just isn’t matched anywhere at this price IMO. 

I purchased the official gig bag just over a year ago and it makes carrying and transporting of the amp extremely easy. The tech specs are:

700 W
Bi-Amp (50W)
22 lbs
Solid State Pre Amp
Includes official GK Gig Bag

I'm based in Bradford, West Yorkshire for anyone considering collection

Barefaced Super 12 Bi Amp * SOLD *

In good condition, this “one of a kind” Barefaced Super 12’s has been custom made for BI Amp’s .. hence the GK amp. The benefit here is that you get greater control over the tweeter. So, you can’t activate the tweeter with any standard amp .. it must have BI Amp capabilities!

Comes with Roqsolid cover. It’s been gigged solidly for several years, but still works well! 







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A GK 1001RB Mark II with a gig bag worth a fair few pennies going for £450 here. These are £750 brand new without the gig bag!

Someone is going to get a killer amp here

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