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** SOLD ** Mesa Boogie 2x10 powerhouse cabs x2
£550
East Anglia

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**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,

regards

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