Two Epifani UL 112 cabs

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Happy Face, Jan 29, 2013.


  1. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    I'd like to sell a pair of Epifani UL 112 cabs. I bought them in anticipation of a regular gig at a club at the top of a flight of stairs. Plus, I've always liked and often used 12s.

    The light weight and small size were much appreciated by me, my wife and my bandmates.

    But I never took to the sound. Really no big issue when the FOH maestro has me turned down so low I can barely hear myself l play! So it's a waste for me to keep these.

    Here is the link to the thread when I bought them. The upfront seller makes reference to some "buzz" which I never noticed, but then again, I only played a four string and never pushed the cabs.

    http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f127/epifani-ul112-series-1-series-2-a-900035/

    I am looking to sell the pair for $600 shipped CONUS.

    (Not looking for trades, sorry.)

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  2. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    More snappies

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  3. Tunaman

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    Early series 2 made in USA or later? Weight?
  4. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    I think I read somewhere that these weigh 31.5 pounds each?? But when I used a bathroom scale, both were below 30 pounds (29 & 26 or so).

    More details on the original thread, but I guess one was the original and the other is the Mark 2.

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  6. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    I've had an inquiry if I'd sell the older one alone. Any interest out there is the Mark II?
  7. gkbass13

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    Tempted and living in Vermont....hmmm
  8. jreynolds2159

    jreynolds2159 Gold Supporting Member

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    Do you still have BOTH cabinets?
  9. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    At the moment still have both cabs, thanks.
  10. wellso74

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    would you be interested in trading them for two UL-15's- basically the same deal- one is a series I and the other a series II - the I has the new neo driver?
  11. Phillip Jordan

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    Crazy deal. Bump
  12. jreynolds2159

    jreynolds2159 Gold Supporting Member

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    Don't do anything crazy yet, I have bid closing shortly. Very interested
  13. j-raj

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  14. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    Friday Afternoon Update: There has been some interest in buying single cabs. That may work. But for the moment I am on semi-hold as some Maine TB members try to work out a deal.

    I'll be back to all of you who PMd as soon as possible.

    Sorry for the delay. Appreciate your interest!!
  15. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    Sold. Thanks for your interest.
  16. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    Man, this whole market is pretty lousy, eh?

    I put a Rickenbacker Tuxedo bass for sale at a distress fire sale price over on the RRF and am getting, to quote Dean Wormer when talking to Mr Blutarski, "zero point zero" interest.

    It's a good time to be a buyer.
  17. Art Araya

    Art Araya Supporting Member

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    Yup slow market. I've got several items up for sale and the interest has been slow. I figured at your price that your cabs would be swallowed up immediately.
  18. Happy Face

    Happy Face Supporting Member

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    It's a good time to have cash, Art.
  19. lomo

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    Yup. Paul Simon said it best: "One man's ceiling is another man's floor".:p

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