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ABM 600 and Zilla cab head sold
£650
Market Harborough

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The realisation has come that I'm not gigging and keeping this rig is not really the best option.

Custom vertical blue tolex zilla 2x12 with BN12-300s speakers, It's a 4ohm 600watt cab that isn't to heavy to shift on your own.

Has slight Mark's on the top from the rubber feet of the amp but great condition. 

Also ABM 600 VI cracking head that hasn't got the use it deserves great sound loads of power and suits the cab well. 

Any questions feel free to ask. 

650 the pair will trade for small home use setup ctm30 or bareface 1x10 etc 

Head sold 

Cab still available £325ono 

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Head currently on hold (provisionally sold) until I can sort the details after I get back off holiday. 

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