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F/S: Glockenklang Heart Rock ll

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by gwangi, Feb 25, 2012.


  1. gwangi

    gwangi Supporting Member

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    Forbidden Valley
    For Sale:

    Glockenklang Heart Rock ll bass amp in brand new condition, I bought this about 5 months ago and I'm letting it go, it has never even left my house and it probably has about 3 hours of play time on it, there is not a single scratch or dent on this amp.

    I'm asking $1900.00 for the amp, I would like to keep this to a local sale I live in Golden, Colorado but I will ship and to let you know this amp is very heavy, I have the original packing box that it came in from Germany and I will even add more protection to make sure this ships safely, shipping cost will not be cheap I will need to research in pricing but with insurance and the weight again it won't be cheap.
    I will except Pay Pal.

    Oh most important this amp is wired for U.S. power!!!!!

    Here's more info at

    GLOCKENKLANG

    Here is all the spec info:


    Technical Data:

    Outfit:
    19", 3 rackspaces

    Built-in depth:
    300 mm (12")

    Output power:
    1000 watts @ 2,7 ohms (3x8 ohms), 750 watts @ 4 ohms, 400 watts @ 8 ohms

    Technology: Solid state opamp stages in the preamp, mosfet poweramp with extra strong power supply unit

    Inputs: 2x 1/4" jacks for instruments, 1/4" jack for Poweramp In, on switachable

    Controls: Trim-pot for Input B, Gain, Master Volume, DI Level, Effect Level for Loop

    Equalizer: Bass, Low Mid, Mid, High Mid, Treble, on switchable

    Effects loops:

    1x serial mono, on switchable; 1x parallel adjustable on front, on switchable

    Outputs: Balanced DI XLR switchable pre/post EQ, adjustable; Line Out 1/4" jack, Tuner Out 1/4" jack, 2xSpeakon Speaker Out

    Other features: Ground-Lift-switch, footswitch-1/4" jacks for Loop and Tune

    Dimensions: 483 x 132 x 330 mm, 19" x 5.2" x 13"

    Weight: ca. 18,6 kg; 41 lbs.

    If you have any questions please feel free and email me or call me at 303-668-2437

    Attached Files:

  2. Dan Lenard

    Dan Lenard

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    IMHO, the Glock head will do more for your tone than a new bass will.
    Of course, I am biased and a big Glockenklang fan.
  3. MSUsousaphone

    MSUsousaphone Supporting Member

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    Oh, my dear Lord....I wish I could.
  4. Dan Lenard

    Dan Lenard

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    All Glock gear is top notch - don't be afraid to buy if you never heard one.
    It is when you play and hear a Glock amp , you will fully get it.
    ISYN
  5. JohnnyChatter

    JohnnyChatter

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    What high end bass are you paying off?!?!?
  6. MSUsousaphone

    MSUsousaphone Supporting Member

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    This thing is so awesome. I so wish I had the money. I might be ready to go Glockenklang in months or so.

    I wish I could, man. I wish I could. :rollno:
  7. Dan Lenard

    Dan Lenard

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    Keep the head and know that your tone will always be there.
    My 2 cents.
  8. Dan Lenard

    Dan Lenard

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    Maybe you are destined to endure the sonic bliss of Glockenklang forever ?
    It could be worse.
  9. drumnbassman

    drumnbassman

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  10. gwangi

    gwangi Supporting Member

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    SHIPPING NOW INCLUDED!!!!
  11. JacobWhaler

    JacobWhaler

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  12. melodiaopus

    melodiaopus Supporting Member

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    Are you interested in trades? I have a brand new (a month old) TecAmp Puma 1000, new model with case.
  13. gwangi

    gwangi Supporting Member

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    Sorry no trades!!!!
  14. melodiaopus

    melodiaopus Supporting Member

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    Man, my PUMA 1000 is up and for sale. So if this puppy sales I'll consider. Though I'm not looking for something as big in size and wattage, but damn it's hard to resist.
  15. ShonnaFan

    ShonnaFan Supporting Member

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    The Glocken itself is worth $1800.00. It's like you're getting the Klang for free!

    Seriously though, this is the deal of the century for somebody. A little beyond my means at the moment, but I'll see if I can hit up a couple of plasma donation centers next week.
  16. soulplane83

    soulplane83 Supporting Member

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    maybe a dumb question but could you run 1 8ohm cab and 1 4ohm cab at 2.7ohms or does it have to be 3x 8ohm cabs?
  17. gwangi

    gwangi Supporting Member

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    Both ways would be the same.
  18. drews.anderson

    drews.anderson

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    Where is Forbidden Valley?
  19. gwangi

    gwangi Supporting Member

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    Somewhere South of the Rio Grande!!!!
  20. JeffplaysBass

    JeffplaysBass Supporting Member

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    Wish there was some clips on youtube, looks interesting.

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