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Ashdown Retroglide 800 *Reduced to £250*
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Price Dropped to £250

As new and only had around 1hrs use. Great compact and lightweight amp designed by Dave Green and manufactured in Ashdowns factory in the UK. It's effectively a Power amp with a 12band eq in front of it. No frills, no gimmicks, just 800w of power in a 3Kg package. Legendary Ashdown customer service and guaranteed for 5 yrs. Ashdown recently found enough parts to make another 11 of these and they flew off their website.

Power output 800W. Passive/active inputs, mute switch, 12-band eq. 1 x Jack/Speakon sockets, Line Input, DI Output. Effects send & Return. Weight 3 kg H x W x D (mm) 65 x 270 x 215

More info here: https://ashdownmusic.com/collections/last-chance/products/retroglide-800

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23 minutes ago, Oldman said:

Do you have the original packing?

It didn't come in an Ashdown box but I do have the box it came in.

It was a display model but brand new and unused when I got it.

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On 29/10/2020 at 13:08, glassmoon said:

Just bought one - absolutely wonderful amp!

GLWYS

They are and if the something I have an eye on sells, then I'll withdraw this.

I just love the simplicity of it. No bells and whistles just oodles of Ooooph

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2 hours ago, big rob said:

any trades

Sorry, not interested in trades as there is something I have my eye on.

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Surprised if this is still available.

I played through one at a local rehearsal space/ studio - very impressed. 

GLWTS

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10 hours ago, TheGreek said:

Surprised if this is still available.

I played through one at a local rehearsal space/ studio - very impressed. 

GLWTS

I'd forgotten all about this, so it's still here. 🙂

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