Peavey headliner 210 bass cab for sale. Very good cab especially for the money and in very good condition. 400 watts at 8 ohm.
I bought this as a stop gap while looking for a barefaced cab which I have now bought and this now needs a new home.
Any trials welcome in Downend in Bristol. Price is firm and cash on collection massively preferred due to weight and the fact I'll need to find a box big enough to post. Any questions please let me know.
Howdy, y'all eclectic bunch o' “BC'ers"!!
What I've got up for grabs is;
a Trace Elliot AH300-7 Amp
a Trace Elliot 4x10 Cab 400W 8Ω
Both the Amp and Cab have been re-tolexed and the closest way to describe the finish would be to say that it looks as though a large blue snake swallowed a Trace Eliot rig. Needless to say, it looks awesome!!... Providing you like to ROCK!!!
The AH300-7 is a pretty decent amp with some very nice features such as;
· 7 band graphic eq preamp
· Built in adjustable Compressor
· Pre-shape switch
· Passive/Active inputs
· Effects send/return
· Balanced D.I.
Another cool little feature is the gain led meter that lights up to show when you are running the gain too high, too low or just right... I thought that was pretty nifty... All Goldilocks and what-not!!
The graphic eq can dial in some amazing tone and can also be bypassed should you choose to keep it simple and not take advantage of all that lovely Trace Eliot rich eq mastering...
On the back it's pretty straightforward, you got the mains input, the on/off switch and two speaker outputs that operate with standard ¼ inch “jack" instrument cable.
Minimum load is 4ohms.
The Cab is a 4x10 400W @ 8Ω Trace Elliot behemoth that weighs in at roughly the same weight as a classic 1960's mini cooper. If you are blessed with the strength of ten men (as I am) this is a one-man lift however, if you are an average puny mortal, this cab is certainly not something I can recommend hauling around on a regular basis... unless of course you have a very attractive chiropractor who you would like to visit and have just been waiting on a good excuse to do so...
Cab has recessed handles on‘t' side and rubber feet on‘t' base. Dimensions of cab (including feet) are;
Height = 71 cm
Width = 62 cm
Depth = 43 cm
Everything is working as it should and all sounds fantastic!! The stack had been sat around a while and there were some initial crackles when I first plugged it in & played through it after but they soon disappeared. I imagine it could do with a spray of contact cleaner but I'm not gonna mess around with the insides... There's a small piece of missing plastic from one of the port covers at the front of the cab (pictured) Also, a covering cap is missing from the gain switch on the amp (pictured)
The front panel of the amp lights up, which is pretty “rock ‘n' roll" and also features a carry handle so looks like a fancy blue reptile skin briefcase when being held... amp weighs in at 12.4kg. So most puny humans should be able to lift the amp at least...
Dimensions of Amp (with feet) are:
Height = 15 cm
Width= 50 cm
Depth = 43 cm
I imagine if you want this rig couriered you'd be looking at roughly £2000 so it's collection only or part meet unless you got a spare £2k you wanna throw out the window...
Any questions, please feel free to ask.
Up for sale is my Bergantino AE410! Best cab I’ve ever owned by a LONG way. Selling as my gigging needs have changed and I very rarely use amps/cabs anymore!
Overall I’d say it’s in about 8/10 condition wise. It’s been well used but not abused, all general wear and tear, nothing major.
Very light for a 410, it’s a 4ohm cab that will take 800watts without breaking a sweat. It comes with the proper Bergantino padded cover.
Collection from Chingford, London preferred, but postage can be arranged at buyer’s cost. Would also meet/deliver for a contribution towards fuel.
Hello again you beautiful bc'ers.
I'm parting ways with my Bergantino AE410, a beautiful full sounding cabinet that achieves great clarity in the mids whilst providing constant crisp and clear punchy lows... It also has an adjustable tweeter!!...
It's really a master cabinet and compliments pretty much any thing you run through it, be it amp, pedal, bass... even Cliff Richard.
Some might say that it could even cure the sounds & wrong doings of the most ambitious and untrained guitar luthiers out there... “Cough!!" No names!!
... but seriously, it's a whole lotta cab and it's pretty portable in my opinion... then again, I did used to spar with He-Man & The Master's of the Universe... 💪
It's 28kg so not exactly a one hand lift (though I can do it...) but with recessed handles and the casters fitted it's a very portable full sounding cabinet with no compromise.... “IT'S EXTREMELY LOUD!!!" Unless you don't want it to be... then you just turn your amp volume down and voilà!
The Berg AE410 has itself 2 x Neutrik input (speak-on cables) and 2 x 1/4" standard instrument cable inputs at the rear... It's got that adjustable tweeter thingy that I mentioned earlier... It's got fitted casters (with one caster looking a bit Heath Robinson, previous owners work...) and best of all it has 4 x 10" Neo Speakers!!! That be some Matrix shiz!
So that's 4 speakers, one for each string... I'm guessing... dunno if this cab would work with a five string as I haven't tried it yet but y'all fivers be more than welcome to come give it a trial...
All-in-all it's in fantastic condition and comes with the Berg padded cover for added protection.
A few marks on the base of cabinet and the rest is all-round tidy.
Always been used with a compressor just to give it a stress free life.
Full specs below;
•4 x 10" Custom Neodymium Driver with 7oz magnet and vented pole pieces
•high intelligibility 1" tweeter
•custom phase - coherent crossover with tweeter level control
•power handling - 800 watts rms
•frequency response: 40hz - 18khz
•sensitivity: 103db 1 watt/1 meter
•2 x 1/4" and 2 x neutrik connectors
•impedance: 4 ohms
•dimensions: 22 3/4" W x 25 1/2" H x 15 1/2" D - 55.9cm x 64.8cm x 39.4cm
•weight: 62lbs/28 Kgs
“THAT'S 10!! 10 SPECIFICATIONS!!!..."
That one was for all you bc'ers who got love for The Count!!
He's a personal inspiration to me, taught me how to count the fret markers on my bass... 3, 5, 9... I means 7...14, 21... Oh wait that's something else... Better dig those old Sesame Street VHS cassettes outta the cupboard...
I can arrange delivery and packing at extra cost or happy for a part-way meet (if fuel cost covered) or trial and collection always welcome... But BYOA (bring your own amp) mine is SO bespoke no one is allowed near it!!!
only kidding, I shifted it a while ago...
**SOLD**. Hi for sale is a pair of Mesa Boogie 2x10 powerhouse cabs both in excellent condition bought from guitar guitar in June 2018,
Both cabs have slip covers, collection only from East Anglia, £550.00 the pair
many thanks for looking,