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SWR Goliath III PRICE DROP NOW £200!
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East Kilbride near Glasgow

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Selling this monster bass cabinet as I don’t really have space to accommodate it any more. Huge 700w power handling, thunderous lows and crystal clear top end, this was the cab of choice for many top players before fender bought over and shut down SWR ☹️. It’s been gigged regularly and is cosmetically a bit tatty (the carpet covering at the back is a bit worse for wear)The slot-in casters were ditched a long time ago.  However it’s in perfect working order otherwise. Collection or can arrange to get it to you in Central belt Scotland.

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One of my favourite sounding cabs, love these! Have a bump.

GLWTS

 

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I have one of these and these are awesome cabs, love mine, beautiful toneage out of them!! Really good price too this, Bargin!!

Good luck. 

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If you can collect it, this is the best £200 you'll ever spend!

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I’ll happily rig it up in the front garden on a rain free day for any potential buyer to demo! The neighbours will love it 😁

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On 10/05/2020 at 12:41, Bassbandit said:

I,ll take if you reconsider shipping.  Many thanks

Thanks for the interest Bassbandit! The G3 is very heavy, I’ll look into it but I suspect the shipping will be astronomical! I’ll message you over..

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I cannot, I repeat, cannot believe this is still hanging around at two hundred quid.

Have a bump 

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2 hours ago, andytoad said:

I cannot, I repeat, cannot believe this is still hanging around at two hundred quid.

Have a bump 

My wife can’t believe it either, I’m fearing for its safety!

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On 16/06/2020 at 20:47, Jonotron said:

My wife can’t believe it either, I’m fearing for its safety!

Clearly I need to drive from S.Kent to Glasgow to get this problem sorted! Would Boris allow a 924 mile round trip?

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16 hours ago, andytoad said:

Clearly I need to drive from S.Kent to Glasgow to get this problem sorted! Would Boris allow a 924 mile round trip?

I’m sure he would, I’ll sellotape an eye test chart to the grille!

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