Guys and gals; I have lost my ability to pay my bills recently due to both of my cars breaking down repeatedly for the last few months. I have spent every penny I had saved up on repairs to have them break down again. I've been homeless for over a year now; working whatever gigs I can but nothing is working out. School full time is draining everything I have and interfering with my ability to gig and make money. I have spent months and months debating how to keep my bass guitar gear but something has to give as my Verizon bill is past due. I am selling all of my gear now that I can spare to cope with the holiday season and bills.
So up for sale is my LDS Built Fearful/Nearful 15/6/1.
Loaded with 3015LF, 18 sound 6NM410, and Eminence ASD1001 horn driver. Comes with padded cover. I paid $275 for the unloaded cabinet with the crossover and cover. I put an additional $425 into speakers for this cabinet. This was under a year ago. The cabinet crossover was built for Tom at Best Bass Gear and featured in his 15/6/1 for the write-up in said magazine. Cabinet is finished in black tolex with a black cloth grill and LDS logo.
I would like to get $550
for the full setup plus shipping. Negotiable depending on demand/OBO/yada yada.
I would part out the 3015LF for $175 Shipped
; and the 6" 6NM410 mid for $125 shipped
; both in original boxes.
I can sell the unloaded cabinet w/ crossover and HF driver for $275 + shipping
Trade would be the whole 15/6/1 loaded for an excellent/good condition Ampeg HE410 (or equiv) + $200 cash.
Perhaps somebody has a GK MB115 V2 that they would trade for this whole setup + $75 cash.
Local pickup preferred; demo's encouraged!
You can hear this speaker cabinet every Thursday night in Lansing Michigan or a personal arranged time; PM for more information.
I found one ding on the bottom and some corner scratches on the bottom as well, but otherwise the cabinet is mint. I drove the cabinet with 300w which never broke into the excursion limits of any drivers on this cabinet. I will attempt to get pictures up tomorrow when the sun is high in the sky.