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Mesa Buster! 200 Head - $600 + shipping

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Metropolis_488, Jan 16, 2013.


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  1. Metropolis_488

    Metropolis_488

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    Amazing sounding Buster head. Works great, sounds better.

    However, the seem where two pieces of wood come together on the case has separated a little. THE WOOD IS NOT BROKEN! It looks like the glue just failed and the two pieces became unglued. Looks like a pretty simple fix. I never bothered to fix it as the head is still very structurally sound (there are more reinforcements inside that are very secure).

    Someone with a hot glue gun and an hour of spare time can have it fixed very easily.

    Regardless, as there is a flaw with the head, I have marked it down by $200 from what I typically see them go for (usually, about $800 - $1,000).

    The asking price is $600 plus shipping. I have a FedEx account which will keep the shipping cost down. (It is heavy).

    Ships to CONUS.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    I take Paypal.

    Buster front.jpg

    Buster split.jpg
  2. Metropolis_488

    Metropolis_488

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    Willing to listen to offers that are reasonable.
  3. Matt Dean

    Matt Dean Supporting Member

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    This is my main gigging rig (Buster 200 into 2 Diesel 1x15s) and nothing sounds better IMO.
  4. Metropolis_488

    Metropolis_488

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    Yeah, it is a great sounding head. Much preferred over the 400+ heads that I used to gig with.
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  6. Primakurtz

    Primakurtz Registered Nihilist Supporting Member

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    PM'd you, neighbor.
  7. Metropolis_488

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    What does that switch do... turn off the parametric EQ?
  9. Matt Dean

    Matt Dean Supporting Member

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    yes.
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