I had always wanted one of those Ampeg SVT-412HE cabs, partly because of the four 12's, but mostly cause they are pretty rare and I love the US made Classic Ampeg cabs. So I had always been on the lookout for one and ran across one at Music Go Round about 2 years ago. The tolex was all beat up and the grill was snagged and curved in, but as long as it sounded good I didn't care what it looked like. It shows up and of course the tweeter was blown. Music Go Round reimburses me the cost of a tweeter. Because of it's shape and weight (97 lbs, but feels much heavier) it's awkward to lift alone, and I like to be able to move my own gear. So I knew this wouldn't be my main gigging cab and would use it only occasionally. I've only gigged with it 3 times in 2 years and am now ready to pass it along as I don't like sitting on gear that doesn't get used. Now that I'm ready to get rid of it I gave it a test run and there is an audible 'hiss'. The hiss could have been there the entire time as I used it only on outdoor gigs and may not have really noticed it. Anyway, I don't want to invest in tracking down the hiss and just want to get rid of it. I'm torn how to sell it due to the fact that it's a pretty hard to find Ampeg cab BUT it's in pretty crappy physical condition and the hiss. A full disclosure of the issues along with pics would be provided. Would you sell it as a parts only thing, fixer-upper or something else? I've sold a lot of bass gear, just never something in this poor of cosmetic condition along with a performance issue and don't want it to just end up in a landfill.