I really want to keep this but my other Boogie tube combo that's for sale is not getting any love so........ The cab is in "like new" condition. It does NOT have the PN but it does have the gain knob for the tweeter. The head is also mint. It must be an older version because it doesn't have the center detents on the quasi para EQ gain/cut knobs like my other scout does. It does sound exactly the same but just louder cuz of the speaker load on the amp. I have beat the crap out of my 8 ohm scout and it just keeps on going. These are hands down the fattest, loudest, best sounding small combos on the market ..... IMHO of course . I just bought a heavy duty road case for it brand new that cost $250. Big casters with 2 that lock. Great job by the case co. in Houston who's name escapes me at the moment. I play in a pretty loud party band with this combo and it keeps up no problem. I just set it on top of the case (BTW, they put a handle on top of the case. Great for pulling the top off but the passive radiator on the combo makes it rattle so I put a towel, dirty sock, bow tie etc. in there to make it stop) and have never had the master past 2 oclock. I want $1k plus shipping. With the case I have well over $1.2 k into it. I also have a gig bag for the head and the Boogie dollie that screws onto the combo. I'll throw these in if you buy everything. If you don't want the road case, I wouldn't mind keeping it for my other scout combo. Either way I have to unload one of these combos. I'll get pics of it up by Sunday. That's when I have a gig with it. Cartage guys have it now. You know what it is and what it looks like. It's basically a new old stock Mesa Boogie Scout combo with a brand new road case. You won't be dissapointed. I'm the one who will be. I just got this fricken thing!!