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!!! SOLD !!! GSS FRFR 12 + 6 + tweeter, 1000 Watts active full range flat response cabinet, only 12 kilos, £654 GBP delivered (see ad) !!!
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Etalle, South Belgium

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Due to the Covid-19 situation and severe back problems (66% officially disabled because of it) plus right shoulder injury (non-operable capsulitis from which, after more than 3 years, I will never fully recover), I'm selling all the items I'm not using anymore, especially amps and related as I bought a new 3 channels combo. I've also considerably lowered the price for a quick sale.

 

GSS FRFR 12 + 6 + tweeter, 1000 Watts active full range flat response cabinet, only 12 kilos. The French Barefaced FR 800.

 

NO TRADES !

NON NEGOTIABLE PRICE !

 

Asking price including shipping fully insured with tracking number to your place in these European countries (ask for other countries) : Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (excluding French overseas departments and territories), Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom : £654 GBP !!! Official retail price is €1094 Euros (around £1000 GBP) !

 

Shipping to United Kingdom is only possible until the 23rd of December 2020 because of the Brexit... Shipping will resume on the 1st of January 2021, but with an extra huge customs fee, because U.K. will be outside EEC.

 

In fully working condition, bought new last year on the 6th of December 2019.

 

Here are the specifications :

Speakers : 12" Neodymium Celestion + 6.5" PHL Audio + silk dome tweeter (à la Glockenklang or Hi-Fi)

Frequency response : 50 Hz to 18 kHz

Power : 2 x 500 Watts amps, so 1000 Watts (see photos below), but announced as 500 Watts (2 x 250 Watts) as the speakers are 8 Ohms.

Weight : 12 kilos

 

Will come with the original EU powerCon lead and a UK classic one that I can adapt on the powerCon if needed. I put a plug on the XLR link out that you can, of course, remove (Hi-Fi addiction remains 🤦‍♂️ ).

 

Non-smoking environment as usual.

 

Link to the GSS FRFR active cabinet page : Baffle actif 12+6+tweeter (active cab) GSS pour guitare, basse et claviers (guitarsoundsystems.com)

 

What you see is what you get !

 

Look at the photos taken under different lights to see the real condition, which show only some very little wear and marks.

 

Don't hesitate to ask for more.

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I've always been a fan of GSS stuff based on the one I own. Unfortunately I'm not really in a financial position for this, but I wish you GLWTS.

One question that's nagging me though: what's on the link-out socket? I cannot make it out and it's not there on the official photos on the GSS website.

All the best Hellzero. Who knows, if it's still here in 2021 I may be tempted.

That's the UK I'm talking about, not the cab :)

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It's just a plug, like you do on unused inputs and outputs when you're a Hi-Fi nerd. ;)

UK will still be here in 2021, no big earthquakes announced so far. :tatice_03:

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