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SWR Goliath 4x10 Cab - SOLD
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SWR Goliath 4x10 Cab - 8 Ohm

Very Good Condition.

One mark on the carpet at the top. 

Great sound. 

SOLD

Pick up from Sheffield or can arrange to meet to handover within a reasonable distance.

Also selling a matching Big Ben 1x18 Cab - See my other listing.



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I gigged one of these for years. Lovely cab.

I’d love another but it’d not see use and it would be a shame for such a nice cab not to be used.

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Yeah I used one of these for years and loved it! 

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I’m playing through 1 of these now n love the sound it produces! 

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