FS:70's Acoustic 150b with 106 (2x15) cabinet

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  1. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    Amp and cabinet work perfectly. Original CTS drivers. Amp was taken to a tech about 6 months ago. He added a 3 prong power cord. Both amp and cab come with original Acoustic vinyl covers. It's in REALLY good condition. Whoever buys this will LOVE it. I'm only selling because I hate having gear sit in the garage. I'd rather someone use this great vintage rig.

    Willing to separate.

    Local deal is preferred but I will ship as long as the BUYER pays shipping/insurance.

    $400 FIRM No trades

    Thanks
  2. metalinthenight

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    Wish I was closer!! GLWTS!
  3. FranF

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    GREAT deal! Good luck! Very cool rig... ;-)
  4. Vintage Guy

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    For everybody's info,I had one of these rigs back in the 70's before I went with a matched pair 371's. Maybe thats why my hearing is gone! It was a sweet rig and much easier to carry than the big boys!
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  6. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    Yeah it's a nice set up. I'm just using a different Acoustic right now. I'll try and get some pictures up today.

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  7. bassguitarthund

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    Damn, live in Michigan so it is to far of a drive :(
  8. map34157

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    I'll ship anywhere as long as buyer pays shipping and insurance :)
  9. map34157

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    More pics :)



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  11. five7

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    Are these the same speakers as used in the 406s?
  12. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    I've decided to keep her :) Although I've had a few PM's regarding this, I just can't bring myself to sell it....yet. I played it this weekend. $400 just isn't worth the time and effort it took for me to find it. Thanks for all the PM's...
  13. map34157

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    Back up for sale....local preferred.
  14. fuzzy beard

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    Where is local?
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    Los Angeles
  16. omg_zombies

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    Too bad you wont separate, would love that cab.
  17. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    Sent you a PM...
  18. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    Willing to separate bump :)
  19. Smokin' Toaster

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    I used a 150b for about 20 years or so as my main amp. I used a Yamaha 215L cab (the side loaded horn behemoth) with 2 JBL E140s in it. Weighed about 7 tons, but it killed.

    I didn't have a cover for the 150b, and through years of abuse the tolex and plywood was damaged to the point where the plywood fell apart, and I played it without the wooden cabinet for a number of years. Finally, I built a new cabinet for it and sold it. I wish I still had it. Great amp, and, as I proved, damn near indestructible. It's easily the loudest 125 watts money can buy.

    Acoustic 150b war story bump, GLWTS.
  20. map34157

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  21. map34157

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    Sold locally. Kinda sad to see it go...at least I know it's going to a good home :)

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