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TECH 21 Landmark 600 bass head, all accessories - FINAL PRICE DROP £650!
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FINAL PRICE DROP! 
 
Tech 21 Landmark 600 Bass Head in excellent condition. Discontinued and rare in the UK.
 
The Tech 21 Landmark 600 is a 600w powerhouse with two separate pre-amps (the legendary RBI and RPM) built in which can be used individually or combined. This is particularly useful if you set up one preamp for a clean solid low end, and the other for a fizzing distorted high end... or two different tones completely. Two differently formatted channels deliver everything from warm classic tube tones to Sumo-sized distortion. This 3U, 600-watt rackmountable bass head features a fan-cooled chassis and is equally at home in a rack system or as a compact standalone head. Its heavy gauge steel case is touring tough. 
 
With pro features like Neutrik Speakon Connectors (plus 1/4” speaker outputs), a +10dB gain switch to enhance low output pickups and drive active pickups harder, and a SansAmp XLR Direct Output, this amp will quake the bedrock live and in the studio.
 
  • Optimal Output Load: 4 Ohms
  • Power Output: 600W 
  • Dimensions: 17”w x 5.25”h x 16”d 
  • Weight: 40 lbs
 

Comes with fitted Tech 21 dedicated rack ears, and original Tech 21 Landmark 600 Footswitch  also in excellent condition. This allows you to SELECT between the Landmark 600 bass amp's two channels, or to MIX both to get serious distortion/overdrive without losing low frequencies. Also has a MUTE function.

NOW only £650. No offers.

Collection from London preferred.

My first sales on BassChat - please see my perfect feedback on talkbass.com ('Swing'). Thanks for viewing.

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Final price drop!
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What a beast!  I have the Landmark 300 and it's an amazing piece of kit.  Incredibly versatile.  This is OTT for my needs, but good luck. 

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I have the exact same amp awesome piece of kit, I have tried various others but have always returned to this.. glws

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Used to have one of these - it was great! Moved to a modular set up with RBI/RPM but miss the simplicity of this. GLWTS!

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On 02/04/2019 at 14:33, TheSwing said:

Hi. Sadly not... am trying to thin the herd out a bit!

Been thinning out the herd for while then 😎

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I'm stunned this is still here.  I had the lower powered one and it was epic.  It's like having a rack with an RBI and RPM and a 600w Poweramp.

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This should have been gone ages ago. Folks have generally missed the boat on this. Old school heft loses to class d. I’ve two amps which have hefty old power sections and I don’t mind the weight. The richness from either makes the carry worthy it. I ogled this 2 yrs ago and still do now! The sheer flexibility yet all we really need are a couple of killer sounds which this does in spades!

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I understand what you're saying, krispn – thanks for the comment. The reason I don't want to drop the price any further is that the head is in excellent condition. Also, the rackmount handles, footswitch etc don't come cheap!

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It’s a great price for a killer amp. If one were to buy the two rack preamps this is based off and a power amp and a footswitch and a rack case etc. I’d imagine this sounds massive into a good cab!

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