Darkglass Microtubes 900 V1
Includes the official Darkglass case and Intelligent Footswitch and its all in pretty much unmarked condition with no issues. Switchable dirt/clean channels, variable low and high mids and runs down to 2 ohms if required.
These amps will do a superb clean sound as well as the VMT/B3K dirt stuff that Darkglass are better known for. Huge headroom and it's probably the loudest amp i've ever had - it's scary!
Collection or meet up is preferred as the couriers seem to be a bit dodgy at the moment but if you're happy to arrange a courier and take the risk i can pack and post it. I would rather drive a bit for a meet than post it though.
Located at Herts/Essex border near Stansted Airport.
Thanks for looking :-)
With some gigs actually on the horizon I've been rethinking my live rig a bit. I currently have a Bergantino HD210, which I absolutely love, but rarely take it out if I don't have to with it being nearly 30kgs.
I've got a few gigs in the book already where I know I will need a small ish amp so I just wanted to see what people have bought and got on with really!
Contenders in my mind are Darkglass DG210, Ashdown RM210, Markbass - Ill consider anything. I had a Barefaced Retro 210 that was excellent until it fell apart.
FWIW - The head I'll be using is a Mesa Walkabout.
Thanks in advance!
Up for sale is an excellent condition Bergantino Forté amp head. Owned from new, and not had much use (especially in the last year! 🤣). They are £950 from Bass Direct, so grab a bargain at £800.
4 Band EQ
Aux In and Headphone Jack
DI Out with Pre/Post switch
700W RMS at 4 Ohms, 800W RMS at 2 Ohms
Can be collected from Brentwood, Essex or can be posted at cost.
I'm looking to move on my Sansamp BD Deluxe Programmable DI - great sound, I just don't need all the programmable functions. Never gigged and in pretty much as new condition.
Would consider trades with cash either way for a Sansamp BDDI V2, or some of the similar Darkglass Pedals.
£160 posted in the UK
Any questions, give me a shout
For sale are a selection of effects pedals.
All in good working condition, though some baring the signs of use, and some with Velcro attached.
No original box unless noted.
Can arrange collection in/around Belfast. Postage will be an additional £10
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