Hello everyone! I love this cab, it’s really very good. But my current musical projects suit the Barefaced X10 cabinets better so I now have a pair of One10s and a Four10 for when I need to destroy walls, which makes this surplus to requirements. If I could justify keeping it I would but I don’t really have the space and could do with the money to cover a car service.
Bought new from the Bass Gallery in 2018, gigged about 10 times (if that) since, it’s in fine fettle. No cover I’m afraid, and no box to be able to ship either so collection only from me (Horley, Surrey, near Gatwick airport) or we can find a mutually convenient location to do a dodgy BC deal in a car park 🤓
Words can't begin to express the sympathy we feel on the untimely demise of your company. Hartke products will be missed by everyone that used them and loved them deeply.
I hope the expressions of sympathy that you must be receiving from everyone In the UK and most of Europe provide some consolation to you. Hopefully, knowing how much lots of us loved our Hartke's will give you a measure of comfort. Hartke bass amps were always popular with the dudes at band practice, on the gig and many men often spoke of its awesome tone and wonderful presence and power. They never had such a workhorse of an amp that inspired them the way the Hartke did; to go out night after night and entertain the masses....
Seriously though... What the hell has happened to Hartke's UK distribution?
Hartke equipment used to be plentiful in many music shops across the UK, now its nowhere to be found. The products may as well not exist to us any more. WHY?
I needed a new driver for my XL cab... Nowhere can get one at any reasonable time frame. in the end, I was forced to buy a different make and moved to an ampeg cab. Im not happy with it, I dont like it.
My HA3500 could use a service, its working but somethings not quite right.....
I desperately want a new HA3500 head to replace my ageing one... I may as well dream on. I will probably have to buy something else very soon.
I've wanted to check out the TX series for at least 12 months but cant find one to try out anywhere.
Id like to check out the new LX Series Heads.... I'm not holding my breath for one either.
It looks like music stores across the UK, Europe and online in general isn't any longer stocking Hartke.
Peavey headliner 210 bass cab for sale. Very good cab especially for the money and in very good condition. 400 watts at 8 ohm.
I bought this as a stop gap while looking for a barefaced cab which I have now bought and this now needs a new home.
Any trials welcome in Downend in Bristol. Price is firm and cash on collection massively preferred due to weight and the fact I'll need to find a box big enough to post. Any questions please let me know.
Hi! I am not using these much so decided to sell this fantastic mini-rig.
1 x white GR700+ lightweight amp head including Gator Amp bag (£300) (https://www.grbass.com/gr700/)
1 x orange GR112 cabinet (8ohms) (£400) (https://www.grbass.com/cabinets/gr-112h/)
I have had these for two years and they've seen home and live use and have some minor wear and tear, but other than that work perfectly and are loud, transparent, and lightweight (I've transported both across the river in London a few times with no problems).
Collection in London only please, and no trades.
Here are the specs for the head and cab:
700W RMS 4 ohm, 350W 8 ohm
Dimensions: 24 x 20 x 5 cm
Weight: 2,1 Kg
- VU meter led - 9 Volt Output pedal effects - Switch fan on/off noiseless - Subsonic filter for woofer protection - Color: black (other colours available on request) - Panel+logo: brushed aluminium with possibility of colours customization
- Input - V meter dot bar - -10 db - Aux In - Gain - Mid Eq - Bass - Mid Frequency 400-800 hz - High - Sub Filter - Volume DI / headphone - Master - Mute - Led mute - Out headphone
- Input 230-115v (auto selectable) - 9 Volt - Tuner Out - Send/Return - Pre/Post DI - DI Output - Speakon/Jack Outputs
450W RMS (AES Standard)
39 H, 51 W, 35 D cm
black, white, custom colour
8 or 4 ohm
1” with Lpad regulator
38Hz to 22 kHz
98 dB SPL