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*SOLD* Darkglass Microtubes 900 v2 Bass Head
Cricklewood, London

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A fantastic amplifier - really lightweight and powerful. This amp packs a punch (900w @ 4 ohms) and sounds really great either running your bass clean or engaging the overdrives which include the well-known 'Vintage Microtubes' and the 'B3K'. This amp hasn't been gigged at all so is in excellent condition and comes in original packaging (minus the information booklet). It also includes the intelligent footswitch which allows you to mute the head or switch between the effects.

Full specs found here: https://www.darkglass.com/microtubes-900/

Price includes postage to a UK address. Payment via Paypal or Monzo. Thanks!









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Wow - that's a great price for a v2 in such good condition!!

I'm gonna be gobsmacked if this hangs around in the FS for any length of time - someone is in for a treat (and a bargain!)

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Yes great price for a great amp

It's one of the most fun current modern class D's of it's type with a load of options including 2ohms etc.etc

I'd buy it today - but I've got one already

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How much.......?????

I might buy a second one at that price...

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