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zranyard

Sold*** Pair of Aguilar sl112 cabs & custom covers Now £900!
£1000

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****Sold****

 

For sale, two Aguilar sl112 cabs, both in great condition and working order.

The cabs come with a pair of covers I had made by Jenart, they wrap around the bottom and secured with velcro. They are well padded and give really great protection, hence they're good cosmetic condition. The covers have some wear near the velcro, but are otherwise good condition and still doing their job protecting the cabs. The cabs themselves, I've only had about a year, I got them second hand off of this very site!

Sale only on these I'm afraid, and I'd prefer to sell them as a pair if possible. If this isn't possible after a short time, I may decide to split them.

Also local pick up only to begin with, though if nobody wants them locally, I may change my mind. Cabs are in the Bristol area, I'm happy to meet/ deliver within reasonable distance. I'm all over the country in the next month or so, I'm sure we could work something out.

***Price reduced to £900***

Photo link below

https://photos.app.goo.gl/SVJcXJQnEW4PorGq2 

Thanks for looking.

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