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IMG_2792F.thumb.jpg.d9f70d01b723c4ce5735c4704affb219.jpgMy EBS has been such a trusty workhorse for many years. It's in immaculate condition and sounds great.

Gone for some lighter gear. Buyer to collect please.

The cab sits on lockable castors.


If you're reading this you will already know how top notch EBS gear is. 

It's a very loud rig - I've never had it more than 50% for the biggest gigs playing pop and rock.

It's got everything you would want from a high end combo;

Compressor, Phantom Power, Effects Loop, XLR Pre/Post, Adjustable Tweeter, Bi-Amp & Crossover, Aux in/out & Headphone Jack.

EBS's brilliant EQ + Bass Treble and Bright.

350 W RMS

Height 61cm/24"  X  Width 58cm/23"  Depth 35cm/14"

Weight 33Kg/73 lbs

Based up in North London







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The photos don't show up. Upload them directly to BassChat and not in heic format, but in jpeg😉

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You're welcome. I'm owning the 2x10 version and it's a workhorse. Even the low F# of my ERB basses is very well and defined sounding.

Have a free bump on me.


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Anybody have contact with the seller???

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