FS: ACOUSTIC B200H 200 WATT AMP HEAD

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by retrosynth, Dec 29, 2012.


  1. retrosynth

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    Bought on a whim and never left the house-100% perfect condition. Includes heavy duty synthetic leather cover ($40 by itself). This is the gutsiest 200 watt amp ever-great old school Acoustic styling and tone for days. Looks and works perfect-sounds GREAT with no issues. I'm letting this go for $175 shipped in CONUS. PM your email and I'll send a Paypal invoice. Check out my stellar feedback
     
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    have you looked inside the amp? Just wondering if the guts are put together nicely?
    thanks
     
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    The chassis is held in the case by 4 bolts-it's built like a tank.Very nice construction and board layout. Surprisingly good for the price. And it sounds awesome. One of the best kept secrets, IMO!
     
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    R&B Don't want no treble. Supporting Member

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    Mine is a "forever" amp in my music room. Loud and proud! These are killer for the price.
     
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  15. My name is Mudd

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    These really are MUCH better than they have a right to be, both build- and tone-wise.
     
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    R&B Don't want no treble. Supporting Member

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    Why is this still here??? Crazy good.
     
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    hey I"m interested. shoot me an email with photos to sgbohnst@gmail.com. i also have a paypal account
     

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