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Oh Boy! Do I love Craigslist! NAD Hartke 810

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Clark Westfield, Nov 17, 2018.


  1. Clark Westfield

    Clark Westfield Floyd Pepper is my mentor!

    Jan 30, 2012
    Central Jersey
    image. Boy I love the hunt and chase of Craigslist. Found a Hartke 810XL for $150.

    Tested it at the dudes house with my Rumble 500 head, offered him a hundred due to the speaker rattle and missing wheels.

    He took it!!!!!!!!

    Took it home, cleaned it up and rattled the nails out of my house.

    Man I love Craigslist!!!!
     
  2. BogeyBass

    BogeyBass

    Sep 14, 2010
    Just think of all the poor guys wasting 600 on a wittle 12" cab lol

    When serious beef like this is dirt cheap.

    No worries now that will cover any drum kit ... Sweet
     
  3. agedhorse

    agedhorse Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 12, 2006
    Davis, CA (USA)
    Development Engineer-Mesa, Product Support-Genz Benz
    Yeah, those poor, stupid guys wasting their money on cabinets better suited to their needs.

    You sure don't think very highly of your fellow bass players and forum members who have different needs do you? I find your statement kind of offensive.
     
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  4. BogeyBass

    BogeyBass

    Sep 14, 2010
    Well it's the internet.

    Sometimes people get upset...kind of

    If I wanted to " offend " someone I would have wrote something else. Lol

    Otherwise I was enjoying the happiness on how cheap beefy speakers are used these days
     
  5. Rockbobmel

    Rockbobmel Supporting Member

    "You sure don't think very highly of your fellow bass players and forum members who have different needs do you? I find your statement kind of offensive."

    He's just having fun.
     
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  6. LOL! Your new cab weighs almost as much as me!!!
     
  7. BogeyBass

    BogeyBass

    Sep 14, 2010
    Right!! Lol and it's furry

    I'm just thinking how fun it would be to blast that thing. And see how much stuff I could get to rattle off the shelf's
     
  8. BogeyBass

    BogeyBass

    Sep 14, 2010
    You could have a points system. Like

    Tools 10 points
    Misc bottles 15 points
    Misc items 20 points
    Camping Gear 35 points
    Storage boxes 40 points
    Neighbor shows up 150 points
    Cops Show Up 240 points
     
  9. Clark Westfield

    Clark Westfield Floyd Pepper is my mentor!

    Jan 30, 2012
    Central Jersey
    took the dents out of the grilles and painted them.
    Vacuumed the heck out of the carpet, installed some Depot wheels.
    Installed a new Hartke emblem (Thanks Hartke)
    Man, what a deal.
     
  10. Clark Westfield

    Clark Westfield Floyd Pepper is my mentor!

    Jan 30, 2012
    Central Jersey
    810xl1.
     
  11. BasturdBlaster

    BasturdBlaster

    Feb 19, 2012
    Crandon WI
    So are all the drivers good? Was the "speaker rattle" not from the cab? I assume so, either way, I dig a great deal like this:thumbsup:
     
  12. Omega Monkey

    Omega Monkey

    Mar 8, 2015
    Hey, that's a pretty good deal! Not even 70 cents a pound!

    I did like my 4.5XL that I had for a while. Sounded nice but definitely a beast to move (so it was mostly my "at home" cab besides a brief stint at band practice).
     
  13. Marko 1

    Marko 1

    Mar 9, 2009
    N.E. Ohio
    That's probably how it goes nowadays... big rig for the Man Cave, smaller/lighter rigs for gigging. I have my two older 74-lb Fender Pro 410s stacked in the music room, but if I go out, it's (possibly a 73-lb Markbass 2x15 or) a 34-lb GK 212. :)
     
  14. Omega Monkey

    Omega Monkey

    Mar 8, 2015
    Ha, well, my gigging cab setup still comes out to about 115 lbs, but that's divided into 2 cabs, that theoretically I could use 1 for a lot of practices and smaller gigs if I wanted.

    I didnt know MB ever made a 2x15, interesting. And what GK is that? The NEO 2x12 is about 50 lbs (I also have the 4x12 version, which is about 95).
     
  15. Marko 1

    Marko 1

    Mar 9, 2009
    N.E. Ohio
    Markbass CL152, haven't been made for many years, and GK 212MBE, earlier model, not as good quality as the later ones but I beefed it up inside. :)
    001_zpsf3ae0969[1]. 015-3[1].
    • Impedance: 4 ohms
    • Speaker size: 2x15"
    • Bass ports: Rear
    • Tweeter: Defeatable 1" compression driver with custom horn
    • Power handling: 800W RMS AES standard)
    • Crossover frequency: 3.5kHz
    • Frequency response: 50HZ“20kHz (to 5kHz with horn off)
    • Sensitivity: 103 dB SPL
    • Weight: 73 lb.
    • Dimensions: 23-2/5" W x 32-1/5" H x 18-9/10" D
    600W power hanbdling
    Speakon and 1/4" input
    Two 12" neodymium speakers
    Dimensions: 19-1/2"W x 26-3/4"H x 14-3/4"D
    Weight: 34lb.
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2018
  16. Clark Westfield

    Clark Westfield Floyd Pepper is my mentor!

    Jan 30, 2012
    Central Jersey
    So after I unscrewed the one driver, shook it a bit, it sounded like a BB or small piece of shot rolling around.

    I carefully took an EXacto knife and made a small incision through the vent cap.

    A small piece of solder rolled out. Some Krazy glue on the slit with a few coats of black nail polish and I was back in business.

    Easy fix, great sounding cab at any price.

    Total cost with wheels, paint, sand paper and adhesive spray, $135.
     
  17. Clark Westfield

    Clark Westfield Floyd Pepper is my mentor!

    Jan 30, 2012
    Central Jersey
    Updated photo of The Beast.
    image.
     
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