Thought this was sold a while ago but the buyer didn't come through. 400 watts, 8 ohms. It's only 58 lbs and a bit smaller than a lot of 15 cabs so is very easy to move. For those of you that haven't heard one, it is unlike any other 15" cab that I've heard. It covers the whole spectrum and is not slow, muddy, or boomy like some other 15 cabs. It has full, round lows, present mids and a very sweet top. Jim's horn/crossover system is the smoothest and best I've heard. Due to the excellent lows and highs it sounds slightly scooped but doesn't really lack mids. It would make a killer stand-alone for small-medium gigs/rehearsals. I really like the sound but, unfortunately, need something that puts out more volume. Not that the cab is inefficient. For it's size it puts out just about what you'd think it would. It's just that I'm playing without PA support and so need to sacrifice quality for quantity. at this point. One of the molded plastic corner pieces was broken in shipping. I glued it and it is 100% functional now. I'm sure you could replace it for minimal cost. I didn't because it's on the bottom so is not visible from the front and can't be seen from more than a few feet away anyway. Otherwise, the cabinet is in excellent condition. Do a search on this cab on Talkbass and check the reviews on Harmony Central. $450 plus shipping. Only trade considered is for a mint condition GK SBX 410.