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*SOLD* Phil Jones Bass Cub 100 watts

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Excellent condition, little used. Phil Jones BG 100 bass cub combo. Black. Bought in may 2018. 2 channels, 2 x 3 band EQ, mic input, headphone out, DI out, pre amp out. 12" by 10.8" by 7.8". 2 x PJB Neopower type A speakers. Weight is 13.2  lbs/6 kilos. Volts 100 to 240 AC. Tilt option. Padded Phil Jones Carry Case. Personal in person for a cash sale only/no posting possible...











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36 minutes ago, Bafflegab said:

The third photo reminds me of Johnny Five!

or WALL - E :)

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12 hours ago, Jay J said:

Nice...! Haven't come across Johnny 5 but Wall - E.....yes...

Short Circuit - brilliant but terrible 80's film

Image result for johnny 5


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Hi. Would you be interested in selling the gig bag? They are no longer supplied with the gig bag. 

I have a bass cub minus bag. 




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11 hours ago, Paul M said:

Hi. Would you be interested in selling the gig bag? They are no longer supplied with the gig bag. 

I have a bass cub minus bag. 




Just buy this and then sell one of the amps and keep the bag - simple!

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1 hour ago, mr zed said:

Thanks and ordered:-) I’ve searched and searched. Had one on order from Barrie at the bass centre who thought he had stock and hadn’t. GAK thought they had done and hadn’t. Distributors have none, PJB in the states have none. 

You’re a star Mr Zed




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