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SOLD! Sold ,Trace Elliot GP7 combo corrected not a kettle lead👍
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Nantwich ,collection only

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As above everything works mighty fine but due to my knackered shoulder she's got to go never ever gigged has I know it's history and and only used by myself at low volumes at one or two rehearsals I once cranked it up but it was like being in a earthquake collection or possible meet up within a 20 mile radius only I'm afraid due to it weighing more than a planet this is proper old school  combo with that awesome trace  sound slightly better  pics now added and its carpet covered only just realised it has 4 plastic rests on top for resting another cab suppose that save indentations on the carpet uhhh snazzy 👍Thanks for looking

 

 

 

 

 

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We really do need to see a picture of that kettle lead. Length of the cable would also be of use! 

But have a bump for an absolute bargain. 

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It won't be a kettle lead, it's a C13/14. A kettle lead is a C15/16 and is made of a higher temperature resistance plastic. The socket has a little lump in it with a corresponding little notch in the lead so that a C13 lead can't be used in it...

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As you were... GLWTS 🙂

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Really don't need this but sooo tempting at this price.

I'll pass and let somebody else grab a bargain.

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Bowlux Bowlux Bowlux. Always fancied one of these. Bowlux. Ummmm.... Want, need, back....? Ummmmm

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Hmmm...biggest bargain on BC at present?  The seven band graphic on these is really easy to use and they're incredibly punchy and loud - must have for a TE fan with strong arms/back

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Ah, 😍 memories of my first Trace. 

I'm with @TheGreek do not need, can't not want. 

Edit: just found Nantwich on a map. 6 hour round trip puts me out of the running. 

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I will be passing close to Kev's place on my way to Liverpool Monday back home Tuesday I’m in Leicester if this helps.

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£80 for proper Old Skool Trace watts? What's wrong with you lot?

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53 minutes ago, Si600 said:

£80 for proper Old Skool Trace watts? What's wrong with you lot?

I agree...people spend more than this on a Friday night down the pub.

Given the choice between a hangover and this...I know where I'd spend my money.

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The “4 plastic rests” on top are actually covers - underneath are 4 screws that you undo if you want to remove the amplifier part of the combo. You can lever them off carefully with a thin-bladed screwdriver , or similar, to access the screws.  Good luck with the sale -it’s a brilliant combo (I have the 7215 SMC which is similar) 

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Collection service available this weekend Saturday/Monday return to Leicester 😎

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Extremely tempting but my TE lust is focused elsewhere at the moment.

As has already been mooted, it is indeed the BC bargain of the moment.

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On 22/08/2019 at 21:30, TheGreek said:

I agree...people spend more than this on a Friday night down the pub.

Given the choice between a hangover and this...I know where I'd spend my money.

It now resides with me (as from today) and is a tremendous piece of kit. I've been an advocate of lightweight gear but to be honest, it's not that bad and the sound more than makes up for the extra pounds. 😀

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