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Ashdown VS-212 cab 300W 8 ohm NOW £95
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Hi. Surplus to requirements, gotta go. This is the 300w version. A little tatty but solid and sounds great. It is very compact (72cm tall x 49cm wide x 34cm deep, including feet). 

Perfect for your LB or CTM-100!

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I had one of these for a while and it was a pretty nice sounding cab.. Not too heavy either and quite portable too.. 

GLWTS 

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Thanks @silverfoxnik and @Merton  

It’s a great cab. I bought it specifically for the dimensions which fit in a car I no longer own. Anyone who has a small car or small stage would get a real kick out of this. 

Btw, tatty isn’t fair. I should have said scruffy. 

Best piece of Ashdown kit I’ve owned (so far). 

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I just picked up one of these up over the weekend, sounds great with my Ashdown head.

Can I convince the wife I need two???

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Of course you can!  I notice yours is immaculate. Perhaps this one would be best for rougher venues, keep the other unspoiled?

Anyway, a 4x12 rig is a thing of legend....

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How light is it? I assume being a 2x12 not very? Would just be embarrassing if I ended up buying another cab off you 😂

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On 29/10/2019 at 12:08, ZenX said:

How light is it? I assume being a 2x12 not very? Would just be embarrassing if I ended up buying another cab off you 😂

Not as light as my barefaced four10! But not too bad for a 212. 

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On 08/09/2019 at 13:28, bigjimmyc said:

Offers considered, delivery possible. 

To Manchester?

PM’d

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Nahh... this will be the left-handed version.. No good for me then.

 

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1 hour ago, Grangur said:

Nahh... this will be the left-handed version.. No good for me then.

 

🙃😜

Just use it upside down @Grangur

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On 13/01/2020 at 09:11, Grangur said:

Nahh... this will be the left-handed version.. No good for me then.

 

🙃😜

Get a mirror??

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