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*SOLD* £300 Full bass amp stack rig Ashdown 4x10 1x12 SWR 350x
£350
Billericay Essex

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hi. Full bass stack for sale. complete rig for someone looking for some real punch.

this rig is loud but also sounds great as you'd expect from a classic SWR amp and pretty decent ashdown cabs.

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1. SWR 350X amp in a 2U flightcase.

350 Watts @ 4 ohms
240 Watts @ 8 ohms 

Subwave octave with footswitch

Effects loop and DI out

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2. Mint condition Ashdown MAG 410T cab 

350W @ 8 ohm

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3. Mint condition Ashdown MiBass 1x12 cab 

350W @ 8 ohm

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All working perfectly, have downsized to a combo so not needed anymore

included in the price is power lead + footswitch + 2x speakon cables

individual selling value probably in excess of £500 so grab yourself a bargain

Collection from Essex or I can meet a reasonable distance from CM11

Cash, Bank Transfer or PayPal gift is ok

 

 

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