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SOLD FT: Epifani UL310 Series 2 for...

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Jam119, May 1, 2009.

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  1. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

    Just recently added a second UL310 s.2 lite wieght cab to my rig but find myself only using one with my bridged stewart 2.1 poweramp... Cab is in perfect condition with looks and sound... Thinking of trading for either an Aguilar DB212, (2) seperate DB112's or maybe an Epifani UL212 series 2... To have an alternate sound. I'm in Baltimore, MD so a local MD, Northern VA or DC trade would be a plus where shipping could be avoided... Please hit me with a PM with interest.
  2. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

  3. JEDBass


    Mar 10, 2009
    West Hartford, CT
  4. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

    Bump: still looking... Would love to find a trade deal on some Aggie DB's!
  5. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

    Bump - Still looking for an Aggie / Epifaini 212 trade solution... I'd Also consider a trade for an Aguilar AG500 Dual Channel Head in good condition.... My Cab is Mint and I also have a Brand New Epifani 310 Cover thats a $100.00 Value....
  6. Tunaman


    Dec 26, 2004
    Heres a free bump on the question early or late S2? Earlier S2s were lighter correct? 48 vs 57 lbs or something like that?

    Oh & what would you sell outright for my man?
  7. Tampabass

    Tampabass Going Viral By 2080 Supporting Member

    Feb 16, 2006
    I know you are, but what am I?
    my question, too.
  8. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

    It would be the Later - just a touch heavier... And I believe I might have a pending trade on a couple of UL112's...
  9. Jam119

    Jam119 Supporting Member

    Traded!!! Closing Thread! Thanks to all.

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