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Marshall MB4210 350w combo and Marshall MBC115 15" cabinet

Both in working order with covers and footswitch, to be collected only from the Luton area. Replaced by something smaller and lighter.

Be warned, they are heavy!

 

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A friend of mine is looking for a rig for his grandson....can you hold it till I've spoken to him?

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I've sent a text....waiting..

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Gigged this set up for my last tour as I couldn’t afford anything else and my rig had gone pop. I borrowed from a mate and was massively impressed.

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That 15 cab is so good, I had one of those, it’s very kind of you to recycle this to someone Leon 👍

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8 minutes ago, Reggaebass said:

That 15 cab is so good, I had one of those, it’s very kind of you to recycle this to someone Leon 👍

Current Covid home working means I need the room! And when I started playing bass, a neighbour kindly gave me a bass amp to practice on so if I can do the same for someone else...

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Spoke to friend - he's stopped playing...

"Thanks but no thanks"...

I'm sure it'll find a good home.

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Just now, TheGreek said:

Spoke to friend - he's stopped playing...

"Thanks but no thanks"...

I'm sure it'll find a good home.

No problem!

So still available then!

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I had one of these for a few years  (MB4210), the only reason I got rid was because of the weight, build quality not the best, but a bit like Behringer stuff faults occurred early on, after that they were ok, bit plasticky but they were relatively inexpensive at the time, always got a good sound of of it and bloody loud

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2 hours ago, Paddy515 said:

Thought of giving it to a charity for them to auction off ?

 

I'll certainly think about that if no else wants it...

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I'll be in luton for the next couple of days, if this can't be picked up and you are getting desperate for the space, I'd love to come get it

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