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FS/FT (FEELER): Gallien Krueger 412 Neo - GK 4x12 Beast

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by bassphreak, Nov 7, 2012.


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  1. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    PRICE DROP to $400. Local pickup cash price. I found the top bass on my GAS list locally at a great price. Lowering the price on the GK to make a move. $400 FIRM will not budge price picked up at my house.

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    For Sale or Trade: Putting up my GK 412 Neo cab. This this is a beast. I took it on trade but it's a bit too much for me to lug around and way more than I need. Plus with the great storm in the east I've recently had to buy a generator, chainsaw and all the essentials for roughing it in sticks.

    It's in very good to excellent condition. Used but not abused. Some marks and slight nicks in the tolex. 4x12 gk paragon neo speakers and a tweeter. 1200w capacity, GK biamp system. Great rig. Clear, punchy, with solid low end. I simply prefer my SVT410HLF.

    Again this is a Feeler. I'm not rushing to unload and will use this for a bigger stage gig Friday.

    Looking for $500 (figure higher on trade value) but would be swayed by the right trade bait (really gas'n for a Warwick $$ and would love to try the new Ampeg PN410HLF).

    Trade bait +/- Cash:

    - Other neo cabs (Ampeg PN Cabs, Markbass, GK 212, Avatar neo cabs)
    - Hartke AK410
    - Lightweight bass head (Markbass Little Mark Rocker, Ampeg SVT7)
    - Peavey VB2
    - Basses: 4/5 string fretted. (Warwick, Fender, Schecter, Spector, Ibanez (5 string only)
    - Powered mixer

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  2. Tunaman

    Tunaman Supporting Member

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    Best cab I own

    Ampeg 410 or this GK? GK all the way!
  3. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    I've been known to change my mind :) I just like the sound of warm dirty mud and that is my ampeg
  4. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Played this last night and it sounds great...loading up on my own is a bit rough just based on the size and vehicle I drive. I need to dead lift this up 3 1/2 ft to my truck.
  5. Envincibal

    Envincibal Supporting Member

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    I'm starting to drool...must look away...
  6. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    HA! No worries I'm not set on selling. I play it and want to keep it. I load it and want to sell. If someone offered up a Warwick $$ I'd drop it in a second :)
  7. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    OK...I found something on my GAS list and will push for a sale. $500...or half of what they seem to go for new. Local only but local can be eastern PA, NJ, DE....
  8. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    updated trades....pushing for a sale but throw some ideas by me.....i'm known to change my mind.
  9. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    added some trade ideas...

    big rig bump
  10. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Sorry....no shipping available on this. It's too big.

    May be open to 5 string basses too....

    bump....
  11. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    food coma bump
  12. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    A few interesting trade offers came in but still here. Anyone need ... or want..... a big rig?
  13. j_romero

    j_romero

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    Ahhhh, it's too bad I'm in the West Coast. I have a GK 212 I could have traded. GLWS.
  14. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Yeah J, that would have been good. I like the 412 and think the 212 would be a good fit without compromising too much.

    PA Gear would be something that would work for me.

    Cash works best :)
  15. Pokerdweebz

    Pokerdweebz Supporting Member

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    Ugh. I want it and am close enough, but I don't know if I want to deal with the size either....Good Luck......
  16. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    come check it out....you know you want to ;-)
  17. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Back up...some interest but still here.
  18. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Bump for the Big Rig

    Have a wide list of trade bait.
  19. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    All PMs responded. I haven't gotten the right trade offer and there is no way to ship something this size. Still here.
  20. bassphreak

    bassphreak Supporting Member

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    Pics of the sides where the most wear is on the tolex.

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