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FS: LDS, JBL 215 WITH TWEET ! DEAD MINT !

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by jnewmark, Oct 27, 2013.

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    jnewmark Supporting Member

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    Hate to do this, but the days of me hauling around this big guy are over. Built for me by Don Oatman at LDS in 2010, is my beautiful 215 cab, loaded with JBL E140's, and a bullet, 200 watt titanium tweet with attenuator, for some high end sizzle. Don is a master builder, and his tolex work is incomparable. No nicks, tears, marks. The tweeter is a type I think Jorg uses in his cabs. Specs are 44" tall, about 16" deep, and 23.5" wide. I used it with a MusicMan HD 150 head and the tone was glorious. Wide enough for Bassman type heads, or rack mounts. Old school, coupled with a modern tweeter, it really can sing. Don searched out some really nice rubber casters, and she moves around effortlessly. Also comes with homemade cloth slipcover. Bar handles on either side are the scooped out metal type. Really an easy load in with a hatchback type vehicle - just roll her out, tip in, and shove.

    There is no way I'm gonna ship this big guy, so it will have to be somewhat local to Toledo, Ohio. If you live in the Cleveland - Detroit-Ann Arbor area, I will drive half way to deliver. $450. Not really looking for trades, but you can always try me.

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    Bump for a good guy and great, honest seller!
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    If I was closer we would be talking.
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    jnewmark Supporting Member

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    thanks, bro !
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    Sent you a PM
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    I've been asked about the weight. I really don't know how much it weighs; I do know that the E140 weighs about 20 lbs, and the cab itself was made out of lightweight, 3/4" plywood. So, definitely not a lightweight, neo type cab. Still, I found it very easy to schlepp, as long as you have a vehicle with a hatchback,and it can lay flat. It fits in my Scion Xb fine.
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    Those old E-series JBLs do sound sweet.
    Unfortunatly, I need to keep thing small.
    Good luck with the sale !
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    Bargain alert!
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    Wow... I wish I had cash or something to offer.
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    I'm between Lorain and Cleveland and have an Aggie GS 212 or S410 if you're looking to go smaller, but still pack a punch. They are 4 ohm cabs.
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    Not really looking for cabs in a trade. Small bass heads, Jazz 4 stringers, or a BassVI ( Eastwood Sidejack ).
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    Holy Toledo!
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    On hold, pending trade.
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