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Dr. Bass Cabinet for Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Blue, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Blue

    Blue

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    I have TWO Prototype Dr. Bass Cabinets that were built in 2004 for NAMM in LA. Both are 3-way with "light weight" being the selling point. They use "standard" Eminence Components but they've never been strained. i have on a few occasions used them as side-fill cabinets.

    SOLD - [DEL]One is a 12-6-T Air Head - I think Mark later called this model the 1260. This one is 8 ohm with the Truck Body Liner (One of Mark's best ideas). It's cosmetically perfect on the outside, and never been opened. The only "defect" 2U clips on the side ripped during the airplane ride (an amp head was installed) - I never put them back.[/DEL]

    The other is a 10-8-T [DEL]Air Head[/DEL] "Standard" - i'm going to guess a 1080 - also 8 ohm with the Truck Body Liner. It's also cosmetically perfect on the outside, and never been opened.

    $210 each (obo) + actual shipping.
    Pic's will be posted when they arrive!
  2. KeithPas

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    Can you describe the speaker configuration and specs for these cabinets?
  3. Blue

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    Here's one ... the bottom is about 30 pounds and 20 x 15 x 16 with a neo 10, 8, and a tweeter. The Top is about 40 pounds and 20 x 15 x 16 with a neo 12, 6, and a tweeter.

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  4. KeithPas

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    I will take the airhead
  5. funkboy5

    funkboy5 Dear God please make me funky... Supporting Member

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    I may be interested in the 110. Did you say it's an airhead or the in the photo above.

    Thanks
  6. My name is Mudd

    My name is Mudd

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    Next in line, please!
  7. Blue

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    The 12x6xt Airhead is gone.
    The 10x8xt Standard remains.
  8. Doug Parent

    Doug Parent Gold Supporting Member

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    Can you give me the exact width, height and depth please on the 110 ? Thanks.
  9. Nate74

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    Post #3 would seem to have exactly this info.
  10. Doug Parent

    Doug Parent Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh crap I should have coffee in the morning before I post. Thanks.
    PM with additional questions.

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