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Aguilar AG500 Dual Channel Head £375
£375
Chepstow, Wales

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Hiya,
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Moving my Aguilar AG500 dual channel head if you're looking for a whole lot of bass for a whole lot less cash.
Another user listed a head (not the same one) on BC couple of years ago for £500 (link below), previous listings on ebay (Japan) for £600 (mounted) and £1115 (non mounted, go figure) and on reverb in the US for £400 + Shipping(links also below). Can't presently find any live sales on ebay...

Notes: has been used, I'm the second owner (to my knowledge), but it's in good shape. Minor aesthetic note - status bulb works but cover lost, operation bulb is out but cover in place. Illustrated in video!
Would prefer pick up but will courier (at buyers expense and insurance). Further pics and vid: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1n5oluLmDP0FnQyMq3tSwb1Ir06g1-2d4?usp=sharing

Holler with any questions!

Ta, DeepEnd.

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Specs -
Aguilar AG500 Dual Channel : Used, minor aesthetic wear.

Includes rack ears, power cord, speak-on and cabinet jack. Will sell/courier in well worn rack/carry case.

Specs:

  • Dual preamps
  • Class A gain stages
  • 500-watt MOSFET Class D power section
  • Channel one provides clean, full tone with 4-band active EQ
  • Channel 2 features passive EQ section with Versatile overdrive
  • Effects loop
  • Single input
  • 2 Speakon and 2 - 1/4" outputs, with XLR balanced D.I. out plus a pre and post EQ switch
  • Tuner out
  • Side handle and removable rack ears. Includes footswitch for channel select and mute
  • 500 watts RMS at 4 ohms
  • 18 lbs.

The AG500 manual can be found online.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AGUILAR-AG-500/154040246807?hash=item23dd83a217:g:6JAAAOSwdZ5fMKr7

https://reverb.com/uk/item/3349405-aguilar-ag500-dual-channel-with-rack-case-final-price-drop?locale=en-GB

 

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