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(withdrawn for now) Ampeg SVT610HLF c/w Cover
£600
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Ampeg SVT610HLF with cover 

Amazing sounding cab.. If I sell its little brother (SVT410HLF) Then I'm keeping this! It's really whichever I sell first!

Collection only from Stockport I'm afraid..  

Not really interested in trades for amps/cabs but often tempted by guitars 🙄

 

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These are great cabs. I used to have one and bought it to replace my 410HLF as It seemed louder and easier to hear myself. As it happened I found it much easier to transport as I had an estate car so I wasn't faced with the dead lift of the 410. All I needed to do was put a bit of carpet over the rear bumper, lean the cab back then it would slide in easy as pie. I would still have it but band requirements changed and it had to go.

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