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SOLD Markbass traveler TRV 151P 400W 8ohm (Reduced £280)
£300
Bourne, Lincolnshire

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Markbass Traveler 151P bass cab. I have owned this from new (bought from Electro Music in Doncaster RIP), used but very well looked after, no scrapes on the grill and the cover is in very good condition.

This is a great speaker, super portable. I've done many gigs with this as my only speaker but it sounds even better when I had it paired up with my 2x10.

Only selling due to my recent purchase of a pair of Bergantino cabs.

Would prefer pick up from South Lincolnshire but will consider meeting half way within reason. Will post if required but will be at the cost of the buyer.

Any questions, please let me know.

It is the shape previous to the current one (square from the front) still with tweeter, rear porting and tweeter volume control.

Height: 45cm

Width: 45cm

Depth: 48cm

Power handling: 400W RMS

8 ohms

Weight: 16.8kg

15" neo speaker
 

 

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