For sale is my 2006 Epifani UL-410 series 1
with the B&C woofers. Impedance is 4 ohms. Weight is 57 lbs. Iím the original purchaser. In spite of being used on dozens of indoor and outdoor gigs and countless rehearsals this cab is in like new condition. Once you see it youíll think Iím pulling your leg about how often it has been used, but it be true. I take care of my gear. The carpet covering is 9.8 out of 10. The plastic corners are in like new condition, as is the grill. Actually the corners are in better than Ďnewí condition. More than half of them were jacked up by Epifani during assembly and I replaced those with pristine ones (ordered from Epifani). All internal parts are original. Performance wise it has no buzzes, rattles, vibrations, or other anomalies. My mini-heads do not 'walk' on top of the cab. Tweeter control works as it should. Four rubber feet have been carefully installed on the bottom of the cab, as I've never felt the need for casters. There are no indentations on top of cab from amps, etc. Older UL-410's don't come up for sale that frequently on TB, especially in this condition.
Sadly, the original box sacrificed its life protecting the cab on the way to me, so I am unable to ship. The box and packing were thrown out years ago. This is being offered for local pickup in and around the greater Los Angeles area. I would be willing to drive a bit to meet up with buyer. Selling price is $700.00
. Accepted method of payment would be cash. No PayPal. Please do not ask. Not interested in any trades. If you have questions about the sound of this cab there are several excellent threads here on Talkbass that will answer your questions. Advanced search is your friend. Since both of my cameras are currently non-op this older pic from October of í12 will have to do. The cab looks this good on the sides you can't see, including the bottom. Currently it sits in my music room as pictured, serving as a great practice amp. Shipping edit:
It looks like I can ship this cab after all. I stumbled upon the box from an Aguilar DB 115 that I sold a few years ago. It would be a tight fit but with peanuts and an extra layer of cardboard added top and bottom on the inside of the box it should ship safely. The original Epifani box and packing wasn't much to brag about, anyway. Price reduced to $700.00
. Buyer pays shipping from 91355. Lower 48 states only. Accepted methods of payment would be a bank check issued by any United States based bank or a U.S. Postal Service money order. Or cash if it turns out to be a local face-to-face sale.