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*SOLD* Ashdown CTM-30 Tweed head
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Decided to part with this lovely little valve head. I'm a bit sad, but I always said 3 amps are too many and I need to fund a five string.

Fantastic heads. Great valve tone that breaks up nicely to a lovely valve grit when cranked without disemboweling you. This is in almost new condition. Has the tiniest scuff which I have pictured, but otherwise like new. Also has a snazzy matching Roqsolid cover.

Really would like pick up. Could drop off if within reasonable distance. Really don't want to post just in case it gets ruined.

Cheers!

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Damn. I got one yesterday for more than that. 
 

it’s class. So GLWTS. 
 

cheers @Merton

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3 minutes ago, walshy said:

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Another one?!! Good work!

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Just now, Merton said:

Another one?!! Good work!

For in the house noise! Just let me SVT VR go and it looks so pretty

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