Both cabs as new!....
Eich 210M... Top quality, hardly used with branded cover. ... £700 £550 .....Now only £500!
Really great cab... German engineering... quality build... Warm, Punchy & focused sound... Almost £800 new... cover not cheap either!...
High-quality 10“ Ceramic speakers TE10D
Neodymium tweeter NT 1ly
Tweeter Switching System
Extremely lightweight construction
Classic grill cloth
Non-slip rubber feet
Two “all access” handles
Configuration: 2 x 10” Ceramic speaker
Power RMS: 600 W
Horn: 1” NT1 horn with tweeter switching system
Sensitivity: 101 dB
Freq. Response: 38-19.000 Hz
Impedance: 4 ohms
Connections: 2 x Neutrik Speakon® parallel
Tweeter Switching System
Dimensions: (W x H x D): 54 cm x 65 cm x 41 cm / 21.3" x 25.6" x 16.2"
WEIGHT: 20,8 kg / 45,9 lbs
Gallien Krueger CX 210... Never gigged! Still have the box it was delivered in... £275 £220 ....Now just £200 (actually if no one is interested, I'll probably keep this as a spare)
Power Handling 400 WATTS RMS
14.5 x 23 x 19"
Speakers CERAMIC 2x10"
Don't really want to ship..unless buyer sorts it out. Will drive to meet if a reasonable distance...
I acquired this not too long ago as a back up to my all-valve beast. The latter is now sold so this is not essential anymore.
I don't think this needs much of a spiel; it's a GK. It does THAT sound very well and is extremely well built.
There's a wee bit of marking on the top where items have been placed on it but it's in good nick aside from that. If anyone requires a photo of the amp guts then let me know.
It comes with the snazzy GK case. It would make a lovely handbag if you're stuck for choice on your wife's next birthday. Tell her "GK is the new Prada" or something, you never know...
Also included is the power cord, footswitch and cable.
Nicknamed The Planet Destroyer, this dreamy cab produces an extremely pleasing warm and thick tone. It's a sealed, infinite baffle cabinet with no ports, like the Ampeg fridges, which means you're just getting the pure sound of the speakers with no flappy woof. Moving it around is actually fine - you just tip it back and wheel it around - I replaced the casters with equivalent heavy duty types as the originals were shot. It's easy to get into the car too - just wheel it up to the tailgate, tip it up and slide it in. You'll need a bandmate to help you get it up the back stairs of the venue, but that would still be the case with a 4x10 and this obviously sounds twice as big!! Having speakers up at chest height is just great for monitoring too. There's something magical about the feeling of it behind you - it doesn't need to be that loud, it just moves so much air. Fall in love with the bass again!! All original speakers, GK bi-amp feature, horn attenuator. This cab is literally indestructible. Only selling as i've just got a GK Neo 412 as I fancied a change. The 8x10 is warmer and thicker but the 4x12 is just a bit smaller and lighter.
I'd prefer collection from St Agnes in Cornwall but if you can arrange shipping then go for it. Shiply can be very reasonable for stuff like this. When I bought it the shipping was £50. You can even come and try it with your head at my rehearsal space.